Around 2500 BC, the Egyptians discovered the benefits of copper and used it to sterilize chest wounds. Several hundred years later (1832), copper was shown to provide immunity against cholera.
Fast-forward to today, scientists have discovered that copper:
Patients continuously shed microbes onto gowns and bed linens. It means these textiles became a vector of infection, exposing harmful viruses and bacteria to other patients and healthcare practitioners.
By surrounding the patient with continuously self-sanitizing Cupron technology, you can reduce environmental bioburdern, ultimately lowering Hospital Acquired Infections (HAI).
Pathogens settle on linen increasing the risk of HAI’s.
As linen is exposed to pathogens, Cupron’s copper infused linen weakens the outer membrane of the pathogen cell through the process of oxidation resulting in continuous self-sanitization.