bacteria EX

The Task

Hospital germs

Multiresistent bacterial strains (MRSA) and so called hospital germs are a problem of our time.

A consquence of this is, that the number of the dangerous infections and deaths is increasing. Furthermore, these pathogens pose a risk for the personnel.

Improvement of hygiene conditions

Several solutions have been developed for the combat against bacterial strains and germs. One of these consists of the improvement of hygiene conditions in hospitals and nursing homes.

So far boundaries are set for their efficiency by the characteristics of the textiles.


Materials such as bed linen, patient clothing, personnel clothing, curtains and others are disinfected through the laundry at the moment and during the subsequent use immediately contaminated again. This poses a high risk of infection!

These bacterial strains can occur and are fought by bacteriaEX:

bacterial aerobier
Gram +ve Rods
Bacillus sp.
Corynebacterium sp.
Propionibacterium sp.
Gram -ve Rods
Acinetobacter sp.
Aeromonas sp.
Burkholderia sp.
Citrobacter sp.
Comomonas sp.
Enterobacter sp.
Escherichia sp.
Klebsiella sp.
Pseudomonas sp.
Salmonella sp.
Serratia sp.
Stenotrophomonas sp.
Morganella sp.
Proteus sp.
Providencia sp.
Gram -ve Cocci
Branhamella sp.
Gram +ve Cocci
Micrococcus sp.
Staphylococcus sp.
Streptococcus sp.
Enterococcus sp.
Enterococcus all VRE
bacterial ANAEROBIER
Gram +ve Rods
Clostridium sp.
Eubacterium sp.
Gram -ve Rods
Bacteroides sp.
Fusobacterium sp.
Porphyromonas sp.
Prevotella sp.
Gram -ve Cocci
Veillonella sp.
Gram +ve Cocci
Aspergillus sp.
Candida sp.
  Human clinical isolates, tested with the in-vitro procedure by Johnson & Johnson Wound Management, Source: Noble Biomaterials, Inc.