Break Free From Hand Foot And Mouth DISEASE
THE REAL COST OF HAND FOOT AND MOUTH DISEASE (HFMD)
Hand, Foot and Mouth Disease (HFMD) is a viral infection caused by enteroviruses. It commonly infects young children below 10 years old but can infect adults as well.
Those infected suffers from fever, headache, stiff neck, back pain, rashes on the hands and soles of feet, throat, mouth and tongue ulcers. And it takes 1 to 2 weeks to recover from HFMD as there is no specific treatment for it.
But do you know the real cost of HFMD?
Children bear most of the sufferings when they are infected by HFMD. Parents need to take leave from their work to take care of their children, in addition to all the worries. While teachers are required to spend more time to take special care of them, causing loss of productivity.
In severe situations, the daycare or kindergarten are required to close, leading to financial loss to operators and workers. And parents are forced to find alternative ways to look after their child – causing stress and probably extra cost.
All in all, isn’t it better to reduce the risk of being infected?
How does Hand Foot and Mouth Disease (HFMD) spread?
The viruses normally spread via the mouth and anus and are usually found in the saliva, mucus, feces, and blister fluid of a person with HFMD.
Usually, one can get infected with the virus through:
- Physical contact such as hugging, sharing utensils and contact with feces
- Contaminated surfaces such as toys, play mats and fabrics
- Airborne particles such as coughing and sneezing
How to prevent from Hand Foot and Mouth Disease (HFMD)?
The most effective way to prevent HFMD from spreading is to maintain good hygiene.
Here are some tips for you to reduce the risk of HFMD infection:
- Stop sharing utensils
- Wash hands with soap and hot water frequently
- Avoid close contact such as hugging and kissing
- Clean after changing diapers
- Disinfect surfaces frequently such as furniture, floor, toys and mats.
All these steps require behavioral changes and can be difficult to implement and enforce. Is there an EASIER and EFFECTIVE way to complement the above?
At Medklinn, we specialize in reducing the risk of cross infection, including HFMD. Medklinn Air+Surface Sterilizers create Active Oxygen to safely and effectively sterilize your air and surfaces without the use of any air filters or chemicals.
Laboratory test conducted by University Malaya, Kuala Lumpur shows that the Medklinn Air+Surface Sterilizer eliminate 100% the infectivity of Human Enterovirus 71, which causes HFMD.
How does Medklinn work?
Medklinn’s patented Cerafusion Technology creates Active Oxygen continuously, everyday 24/7. As the Active Oxygen fills up your indoor spaces, it effectively and efficiently destroys viruses not only in the air but as it touches the surfaces it also kills the viruses on all the surfaces, such as furniture, floors, playing mats, toys and etc.
Medklinn Air+Surface Sterilizer is capable of truly cleaning the air we breathe and the surfaces we touch by rendering any sort of natural or man-made contaminant harmless at a molecular level.
Active Oxygen is an entirely chemical-free and natural element that is created by Mother Nature to sustain life. As man creates pollution, nature creates Active Oxygen to constantly clean and heal the earth of contaminants – a self-sustaining process that without which man would die from the toxic environment. Medklinn’s Cerafusion Technology re-creates this Active Oxygen to eliminate pathogens and contaminants in your indoor living spaces just like Mother Nature does to clean the earth’s environment. It is currently the most powerful, natural and effective cleaning system known to mankind today.
Because Medklinn fills your living space with Active Oxygen rather than merely filtering out some pollutants,
It does not have the limitations that air filters and air purifiers have. Medklinn can reach the far corners of your living spaces in the air as well as on the surfaces, freeing you and your kids from the risk of Hand, Foot and Mouth Disease all day, everyday.
If you find this useful, share this to your friends who have kids and the principal of your kids’ schools.
1. Brandon May (2017, November 22) What to expect with hand, foot, and mouth disease. Retrieved July 24, 2018