QuickMedical® Launches Graham Medical InhibX Antimicrobial Products

QuickMedical, a leading national distributor of medical supplies and equipment announced the launch of Graham Medical InhibX antimicrobial line of pillowcases, towels and table paper.

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Antimicrobial Pediatric Gown and exam table paper

This technology has been proven to be safe and effective in inhibiting the growth of microorganisms and providing advanced protection.

Issaquah, WA (PRWEB) November 27, 2012

According to QuickMedical, the new Graham antimicrobial products are treated with InhibX antimicrobial technology. This technology has been proven to be safe and effective in inhibiting the growth of microorganisms and providing advanced protection.

"The same technology used worldwide to treat “sick building" problems in schools, hospitals, offices and homes is used with the InhibX™ product line. The technology is non-migrating and never allows for microbial adaptation. InhibX™ antimicrobial technology is EPA-registered and proven to be leach-free," said Loren Timmons, Marketing Director at QuickMedical.

The InhibX™ antimicrobial product line includes table paper, pillowcases, and towels. The table paper is smooth, embossed and comes in 18 and 21 inches. The InhibX™ pillowcase is 21inches by 30 inches, and the InhibX® towel is a two-ply tissue/poly towel is 13.5 inches by 17 inches.

Graham Medical designs innovative, single-use medical products with two primary concerns in mind: patient comfort and performance for the medical professional.

About QuickMedical:
Established in 1993, QuickMedical is a leader in the distribution and sale of medical supplies and equipment. With great pricing, same day shipping and a low price guarantee, QuickMedical has the professional medical equipment used by healthcare professionals, industry and home. Look for a complete line of diagnostic equipment, exam tables, weighing, measuring devices, and medical basics such as stethoscopes, thermometers, and sphygmomanometers.