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Wrestlers Are 16 Times More Likely to Be Exposed to MRSA During Tournament Season
Date:1/29/2010

anser that contains CHG prior to a wrestling match can dramatically reduce MRSA infections(5)," said Jack Doornbos, executive director, Molnlycke Health Care.

While Hibiclens can be purchased in bulk through distributors nationwide, it is also now available over-the-counter at drug stores and pharmacies in the first aid section.  Additionally, Hibistat® provides the same cleanser with alcohol in a wipe format for on-the-go needs.  For more information about Hibiclens, Hibistat or CHG or to download free educational materials about MRSA and sports, visit hibiclens.com/athletes.html.

* Avoid contact with the eyes, ears, and mouth when using Hibiclens on the face.

About Molnlycke Health Care US, LLC

Molnlycke Health Care US, LLC, consists of two divisions – Surgical and Wound Care.  Focusing on prevention of surgically-related infections for both patients and healthcare workers, the Surgical Division (formerly Regent Medical Americas, LLC) encompasses the world's leading manufacturer and supplier of powder-free surgical gloves (Biogel® surgical gloves); the number one supplier (by value) of skin cleanser (Hibiclens® and Hibistat® antiseptics); and BARRIER® protective clothing.  A leader in trauma and pain management, the Wound Care Division's market dynamics are driven by an aging population, higher incidence of pressure ulcers and increased home treatment.  Visit www.hibiclens.com.  

Table 1: Potential Wrestler Exposure to MRSA Based on Tournament Involvement

    
    
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