CHARLES TOWN, W.Va., April 27 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- American Med Tech, Inc. (Pink Sheets: RBRM) today offered a specially assembled home protection kit for swine flu based on the germ killing power of silver. (http://www.rebuildermedical.com/outbreak).
"We spent the entire weekend assembling swine flu kits from existing inventory already boxed in pre-paid overnight FED-EX boxes," said David B. Phillips, Ph.D. CEO.
Additionally, Dr. Phillips reports: "We have been selling our nano-silver based medical hygiene products for the last 5 years. Our silver ion based products were developed as a cure for the highly contagious skin disease Molluscum Contagioisum and to protect the delicate skin of diabetics. The problem with washing your hands with normal hand cleaners to kill swine flu virus is that they contain harsh chemicals. Your hands may be clean immediately after washing, but the harsh chemicals make your skin vulnerable to infections minutes afterward. Silver ions are used in hospitals and medical equipment to kill germs and virus non-invasively and is completely safe for children and older people. "
Finally, Dr. Phillips told reporters today: "Swine flu is transferred by touching a contaminated surface and then touching your mouth, nose, or eyes. Even touching your hair if it has virus that has settled on it and then touching your nose can infect you, so we have protection for your hair, hands, nasal and oral cavities as well. All our products are hypo-allergenic."
"We have had inquiries from all over the globe today. We will focus on protecting the U.S. residents first."
The company has 1,000 kits available now and is now running 3 shifts this week to keep up with the expected demand. Inquiries can be made at www.rebuildermedical.com, the sales arm for American Med Tech, Inc. E-mail inquiries can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org. Phone is 304-725-2202.
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|SOURCE American Med Tech, Inc.|
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