Father, son, team up to fight infection
As the national Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates that 1.7 million Americans acquire infections in hospitals every year, a New Jersey physicist and his son have introduced GloveGard, a medical exam glove sterilization device they invented to help combat hospital infections. The device is said to kill namely MRSA and C. diff, two of the most threatening and common bacteria.
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