Serious Pseudomonas infections usually occur in people in the hospital and/or with weakened immune systems.  Infections of the blood, pneumonia, and infections following surgery can lead to severe illness and death in these people.

However, healthy people can also develop mild illnesses withPseudomonas aeruginosa, especially after exposure to water.  Ear infections, especially in children, and more generalized skin rashes may occur after exposure to inadequately chlorinated hot tubs or swimming pools. Eye infections have occasionally been reported in persons using extended-wear contact lenses.


Patients in hospitals, especially those on breathing machines, those with devices such as catheters, and patients with wounds from surgery or from burns are potentially at risk for serious, life-threatening infections.


Pseudomonas can be spread on the hands of healthcare workers or by equipment that gets contaminated and is not properly cleaned.


Our non toxic service is able to get rid of dangerous bacteria more effectively than any hand cleaning. Feel free to contact us for further details. 





Reference: http://www.cdc.gov/hai/organisms/pseudomonas.html

Pseudomonas aeruginosa

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