StaphAseptic® Commercial Featured in Network Rotation to Highlight Importance of Wound Care in the Prevention of MRSA and Staph Infection

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StaphAseptic Leads Effort to Maintain Attention on Dangers and Prevention of MRSA and Staph Infections in the United States with National Commercial Airing in Advance of World MRSA Awareness Month in October

As we continue our direct efforts to educate the public about MRSA detection and prevention, we are alarmed to hear that simple cuts, scrapes and burns are resulting in more and more cases of this potentially deadly infection

Tec Laboratories, Inc., makers of StaphAseptic® first aid antiseptic and pain relieving gel, today announced national distribution and placement of a commercial video for StaphAseptic scheduled to air during Summer 2010 on major television networks including WE, SOAP, Style, TLC, Food Network, and Lifetime.

The commercial can also be viewed at the StaphAseptic Facebook fan page and on YouTube and kicks off a MRSA awareness building effort leading up to World MRSA Awareness Month in October. StaphAseptic is a lead sponsor for the second year of World MRSA Awareness Day slated for October 2, 2010.

“As we continue our direct efforts to educate the public about MRSA detection and prevention, we are alarmed to hear that simple cuts, scrapes and burns are resulting in more and more cases of this potentially deadly infection,” said Steve Smith, CEO of Tec Laboratories. “Bacterial infections aren’t seasonal and each life they take is one too many, so we are committed to keeping a constant spotlight on caring for wounds before they can result in MRSA or any other infection that becomes a major health crisis.”

Following the recent news that community-acquired MRSA cases among children in the U.S. has increased ten fold in the last decade, the company is reinforcing the importance of wound care among the key steps to avoid MRSA and other bacterial infections.

The common steps for prevention of MRSA, staph, strep and other bacterial infections include:

  • Treat and cover wounds
  • Exclusively using personal items like towels, soap and razors and not sharing
  • Shower after physical activity
  • Properly clean personal items including gear and equipment after athletic or other extra-curricular activity
  • Keep hands clean
  • Consult a physician for active wounds that are red, swollen, painful or have pus or other drainage

StaphAseptic is available in a 2 oz. for $14.99 and 1 oz. tube for $7.99. Individual packets can be purchased in 25 count packaging for $14,99 and 144 count packaging for $49.99. StaphAseptic can be purchased at retailers around the United States or on the Internet. For a complete list of retail outlets visit the website.

About StaphAseptic
StaphAseptic® first aid antiseptic and pain relieving gel is a greaseless, non-staining gel that provides soothing wound care without stinging or irritation. It contains lidocaine for effective pain relief. StaphAseptic is one tool in the fight to help prevent skin infections caused by bacteria such as MRSA and other germs. It’s essential to treat even minor cuts and scrapes with an effective first aid product. Learn more about StaphAseptic and a complete wound care program to avoid staph infection and MRSA at http://www.staphaseptic.com.

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