NEWS & PRESS

  • How the University of Illinois Athletes are Safe in the Battle Against MRSA
    Athletes, especially those who come into close contact, are vulnerable to viruses and bacteria carried by team mates. The University of Illinois Fighting Illini didn’t want to take the risk of methicillin-resistant staphylococcus aureus (MRSA), benching their athletes. They reached out to iGuard PPC, a Georgia company whose primary focus was working with healthcare facilities to control microbial infections.
  • Atlanta Hawks Rely on State-of-the-Art System to Battle Infections for its Athletes
    When it comes to sports injuries, we immediately think of sprains, muscle pulls, damaged joints or broken bones. But if you’re a sports trainer – the individual charged with keeping athletes in playing shape – another key concern is skin infections.
  • iGuard PPC Provides State of the Art Infection Prevention Options for Healthcare Facilities
    When you or a loved one heads to the hospital, the last thing you want to worry about is a health care acquired infection. Yet, the truth is every year over 2 million people go into hospitals and get sick with a hospital-acquired infection. Over 100,000 patients die from these infections each year – more than car accidents, breast cancer and AIDS combined – according to the Committee to Reduce Infection Death.
  • Budget Cuts Don’t Mean Cuts in Quality of Care
    Making decisions on your elderly loved ones healthcare can be heart wrenching, and the last thing you want to worry about is a secondary infection. Yet, the truth is every year in the US over 2 million of people go into hospitals and get sick with a healthcare-acquired infection.
  • Helping Reduce the Cost of Long-Term Care
    When you or a loved one heads to the hospital, the last thing you want to worry about is a secondary infection. Yet, the truth is every year in the US over 2 million of people go into hospitals and get sick with a healthcare-acquired infection.