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PureCart Systems LLC Develops a Portable Disinfecting System for the Healthcare Industry
Date:12/17/2008

GREEN BAY, Wis., Dec. 17 /PRNewswire/ -- PureCart Systems LLC, announces the launch of PureMist, a new, innovative product designed as a portable disinfecting system for healthcare facilities. The system, which can be used on a variety of surfaces such as wheelchairs, equipment, patient beds and rooms, provides a one-step, hospital-grade disinfectant that is applied as a fine mist and does not require wiping or rinsing.

"Continually striving to control the spread of infection and improving patient care are a huge focus in the healthcare industry," said Jim Kratowicz, president of PureCart Systems. "Applying a disinfectant as a mist provides the ability to disinfect hard-to-reach areas and is less apt for human error over traditional methods, such as wiping or mopping. The system is compact, very easy to use and can be moved throughout a facility. In addition, organizations can realize significant savings by reducing the time it takes to disinfect equipment or prepare a room."

It is estimated that health providers incur a cost of $15,275 (avg.) for every infection contracted at a healthcare facility(1). Further, it is estimated that $30.5 billion is spent annually treating healthcare infections(1). "Utilizing a known hospital-grade disinfectant in conjunction with a more effective distribution method is a very powerful combination for reducing infections and improving patient care," said Kratowicz. "Preventing just one infection would provide a significant return for a healthcare organization."

PureMist is easy to use, requires access to a 110 VAC to operate, and occasional access to a fresh water supply in order to replenish the mixed disinfectant. The system includes a misting gun connected to a 50' retractable hose and also includes a pressure rinse/soap option to remove moderate surface grime prior to disinfecting.

PureCart Systems is a Green Bay, Wis., based company dedicated to improving people's health by providing safe and affordable products and services that help limit exposure to harmful bacteria and germs. To find out more about PureCart, please visit www.purecartsystems.com, email info@purecartsystems.com, or phone 1-877-200-5010.

Interviews available upon request.

(1) Betsy McCaughey, Ph.D., Unnecessary Deaths: The Human and Financial Costs of Hospital Infections, 3rd Edition (www.hospitalinfection.org, 2008)

    Contact:  Vicki Harkonen
    PureCart Systems LLC
    500 AMS Ct., Suite A
    Green Bay, WI  54313
    Phone:  920-593-2640 / 877-200-5010
    FAX:    920-593-2639
    Email:  info@purecartsystems.com
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