"This solution works quickly, effectively and right where the sick patient is expelling viruses and bacteria."
South Bend, Indiana (PRWEB) April 07, 2015
Dr. Paul Gerstenberg practices family medicine in Port Neches, Texas. He has been a leading practitioner and business owner for over 14 years in the area and has numerous long term patients. Dr. Gerstenberg prides himself on innovative medicine; not only when it is applied directly to his patients, but when it involves the technology used in his office. The Health Risk Management System (HRMS) manufactured by American Green Technology® (AGT) is a technology that he has installed throughout his office to provide advanced infection prevention best practices for both his patients and staff.
“The HRMS surpasses any air disinfection solution that I have seen on the market,” said Dr. Gerstenberg. “You can have stringent surface disinfection protocols, but without a strong air purification system in place like the HRMS, you will be struggling to contain the effects of sneezing and coughing patients that come in during a busy day. This solution works quickly, effectively and right where the sick patient is expelling viruses and bacteria. I expect it will help keep my staff healthy, as well. This was the optimal solution for our office.”
“Doctors’ offices are ideal for the HRMS,” said Danny Bogar, CEO for AGT. “People usually go to the doctor when they aren’t feeling well and are often sitting right beside someone who is just getting a check-up. Having HRMS units installed in a waiting room for example, provides a much safer environment to keep a patient who isn’t sick from getting sick. Plus, the HRMS system is cost effective, easy to install and inexpensive to maintain.”
New research shows that well-child doctor appointments are associated with an increased risk of flu-like illnesses translating to over 700,000 potentially avoidable new cases annually and costing over $490 million. In a separate study by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), 150,000 people who had not been in the hospital came down with C. difficile in 2011. Of those, 82% had visited a doctor's or dentist's office in the 12 weeks before their diagnosis. Advanced infection prevention methods like the HRMS provide additional barriers to dangerous pathogens like C. difficile.
The HRMS is distributed exclusively in the Texas market by Infection Solution, Inc. To learn more about this innovative system, log onto http://www.infectionsolution.com.
About American Green Technology:
American Green Technology® (AGT) is a company dedicated to developing innovative, sustainable products to positively impact the health, economy and environment of global communities. AGT’s Health Risk Management System (HRMS) is a patented UVC lighting product clinically proven to eliminate 99.7% of airborne pathogens that cause Healthcare-associated Infections (HAIs) in hospitals or wherever it is installed. http://www.agthrms.com