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Safe Life Ramps Production Capacity of Comfortable, Breathable N95 Respirator Amid Worldwide Shortage
Date:12/15/2009

SAN DIEGO, Dec. 15 /PRNewswire/ -- Safe Life Corp., an innovative antimicrobial company dedicated to developing novel technologies that prevent the spread of infection and disease, announced today that it is ramping production of its comfortable, breathable, A400 Series respirator to help healthcare providers and government agencies address the global shortage of N95 respirators during the H1N1 pandemic. The company has increased manufacturing capacity in response to a rapid rise in demand and now is capable of producing more than 100 million next-generation N95 respirators in 2010 at its manufacturing facilities in Williston, Vt. and Ipoh, Malaysia.

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The worldwide shortage of N95 respirators continues to grow as healthcare providers struggle to maintain adequate supply levels in order to protect workers in high-risk settings. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends the use of fit-tested, N95 respirators for healthcare personnel who are in close contact with patients with suspected or confirmed 2009 H1N1. For a 120-day pandemic, the CDC estimates that 6.2 billion N95 respirators will be needed in the U.S. alone. The current national stockpile is approximately 26 million units, and many of the nation's largest suppliers are on back order well into 2010.

"The H1N1 pandemic has underscored just how dangerous the worldwide shortage of N95 respirators has become," said Richard Jaffe, chairman and CEO of Safe Life. "Restocking the global supply of N95 respirators is a
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