MRSA Patient Kit

MRSA can be easily transferred by touching an infected surface, through person-to-person contact or even from contaminated dust particles.

Going into hospital can be stressful enough without having to worry about MRSA. Help minimize the danger of receiving or transferring MRSA by using the new MRSA Patient Kit to protect your hands and take control of your own bedside area.

Each Patient Kit contains:

  • 200 Enduro Surface Wipes
  • 250 ml Enduro Hand Sanitiser
  • This MRSA Patient Kit is Alcohol Free.
  • Alcohol contributes to global warming.


Enduro Hand Sanitiser

This water-based Sanitiser is perfect for all patients, as it is simple to use, will not harm your hands, dries quickly and has no odour.

The Enduro Hand Sanitiser is especially good for those patients with limited mobility, allowing them to take control and protect themselves, without having to leave their bed.

When to use: −

  • Before eating
  • Visitor/staff contact
  • Before touching wounds
  • After using the toilet
As Enduro Hand Sanitiser is remarkably effective and dries rapidly, only a small quantity is required.

Enduro Hand Sanitiser has been tested to kill with Log 5 reduction (99.999% kill rate) against MRSA, E. coli (O157) and Salmonella enteritidis.

Approved to European Standard EN1276.


Enduro Wipes

Help prevent cross contamination in patient occupied areas with these NHS tested Surface Wipes, designed to kill MRSA.

MRSA Surface Wipes can be used to disinfect any surface a patient may come into contact with. They are ideal for any patient wanting to protect and keep their bedside area clean, as they are easy to use, dry quickly and leave no odour.

Where to use: −

  • Food Trays
  • Bedside Cabinets
  • Bed Rails
  • Door Handles
  • Toilets

Enduro Wipes have been tested by the UK NHS and found to have the same kill rates and efficiency as Alcohol based wipes.

Approved to European Standard EN1276.


What is MRSA? MRSA is a preventable disease. It is a bacterium resistant to many antibiotics and can cause serious illness and possibly death if a person becomes infected.
How is MRSA transmitted? In a variety of ways: from person to person, touching a contaminated surface and even from dust particles in the air.
How does infection occur? To become infected with MRSA, the bacteria must find a way to enter the body. This typically occurs through open wounds or from a contaminated source.
Who’s most at risk? The elderly, anyone undergoing surgery, patients with open wounds.
What can be done to prevent infection? Hygiene, hygiene and hygiene!
Diligence with cleaning your hands and surfaces that you come into contact with is vital. Cleanliness and disinfection are the main defences.

Even though a surface may look clean, it could be MRSA contaminated − use the new MRSA Patient Kit to help prevent the spread of MRSA.

Manufactured & supplied by Bio Technics Ltd.
Linton Business Park, Gourdon,
Aberdeenshire, Scotland UK DD10 0NH
Tel: +44(0) 1561 361515
Fax: +44(0) 1561 361001
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