Rechargeable high-efficacy biocide, covalently bonded to cotton, polyethylene, PFTE and other polymers

According to the US Centres for Disease Control, Hospital Acquired Infections (HIA) resulted in 99,000 deaths from 1.5 Million infections at a health care cost of $45B a year. In Quebec alone there are more than 90,000 new cases of hospital-acquired infections annually leading to over 4500 deaths.A novel class of biocidal molecule with dual action of N-chloramine and quaternary ammonium salt with enhanced efficacy by cationic charge centre. This biocidal molecule may be covalently attached to various surfaces including cotton, PFTE and PET fabrics. The treated surface provides significant anti- bacterial actions against both gram positive and gram negative bacteria. Odd Bres (204)-488-6280

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