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1 Controlling Microbes Transfer Routes in the US Prison System

2 Microbes-What Are They?  A minute life form (especially a disease-causing bacterium) & is found in almost every habitat in nature. o Includes: Bacteria, Mold, Fungi, Algae & Viruses  Vital to mankind but many cause dangerous infectious diseases

3 Microbes-How Do They Grow?  Food o Dirt o Fiber o Perspiration  Warm Temperatures  Moisture (humidity, spills)  Receptive Surfaces

4 Microbial Transfer Routes  Hard Surfaces  Soft Surfaces  Textiles  Skin  Air

5 State Correctional Environments  Constructed to maximize public safety, not to minimize transmission of disease  Pathogen transmission facilitated by over- crowding, budget cuts, etc  Rapid turnover of prison population complicates identification & treatment of disease resulting in the possible increased infections of prison populations *”Infection Controls in Jails & Prison”, Joseph A. Bick, California Medical Facility, California Department of Corrections

6 Coeus Technology, Inc 2701 Enterprise Drive Suite 230 Anderson, IN Tel: State Correctional Environments*  “The only population group that has a constitutional right to healthcare”, 1976 Supreme Court Ruling  $3.6 Billion Medical Care ◦ 10% of Corrections Total Budget  7 Million Incarcerated  6.7 Annual Physician Visits Per Inmate  Infectious Diseases Affect 30% Inmate Population o Tuberculosis, HIV, Hepatitis, MRSA * 2009 Dissertation, Sandra Jane Winter, University of Kentucky

7 State Correctional Environments Indiana*  21 State Operated Prisons  20 Male & 1 Female Facilities  28,808 Total Inmates  $142.7 Million Annual Healthcare Costs *2009 State Health Facts.org

8 MonoFoil™ Antimicrobial  Goal o Reduce transfer routes by adding a proven antimicrobial system that: transforms high traffic surfaces into ones that continually fights bacteria, mold, fungi, yeast & viruses for extended periods of time.

9 MonoFoil™ Antimicrobial ◦ Cleaning, Disinfecting & Hand Hygiene is not enough o “Bleach does not eliminate mold or mildew on wood & other porous surfaces” Oregon State University “Study Impact of Bleach on Mold Growth” o “MRSA can be cultured from toilet seats representing a potential risk to inmates and staff…” Mary Anne Glannini, Infection Control Officer o “MRSA can live on fabrics and hard surfaces for up to 90 days.” Journal of Clinical Microbiology

10 MonoFoil™ Antimicrobial  Minimize & control bacterial growth on high- touch surfaces  Prevent staining & odor causing bacteria, mold, fungi, algae & viruses  Works continuously for years  Applicable to any surface or fabric o Extends the life of surfaces & fabrics  Environmentally-friendly & non-toxic  Can be applied by certified applicators or self- administered

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12 MonoFoil™ Antimicrobial How It Works  The cell membrane is attracted to the treated surface & punctured by the long molecular chain  The microorganism is further destroyed physically by electrocution

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15 Arm Your Facilities With A New Protection Standard  Unique EPA registered product: UNCONDITIONALY REGISTERED o Eliminates illness-causing microorganisms o Transforms high traffic surfaces into ones that continually fight bacteria

16 MonoFoil ™ Antimicrobial  Treating your facility with MonoFoil™ is the ONLY 1-step process that cleans and protects:  Effective against MRSA,H1N1, Rotavirus, Herpes, Norovirus, Rhinovirus, Hepatitis, Salmonella & many other pathogenic organisms  Removes dirt, grime, blood, urine, fecal matter & other common solids found in an correctional environment  Cost effective

17 MonoFoil ™ Antimicrobial  Unique & durable product continually inhibits the growth of bacteria, mold, algae, fungi & viruses for up to 3 years  Applicable to virtually any surface  Environmentally friendly, non-leaching & non-toxic  Treated surfaces are safe in case of accidental ingestion  Eliminates odor & staining  Extends the life of surfaces  Not harmful is ingested

18 MonoFoil ™ Antimicrobial  High Traffic & Touch Points In Your Environment o Cells  Visiting Rooms o Halls  Staff Facilities o Cafeterias  Rec Room o Showers  Medical Facilities o Bathrooms  Manufacturing Facilities o Transportation  Guard Posts o Linens, Apparel

19 MonoFoil ™ Antimicrobial  Facility Maintenance – Odors & Staining o Bacteria, mold, mildew & fung i can be the source of objectionable odor & staining on stalls, training equipment & fabrics o Contaminants can ruin building aesthetics & quality with staining & deterioration o Deep-reaching bacteria, mold, mildew & fungi can cause persistent odor that reasserts itself quickly after normal maintenance cleaning

20 MonoFoil ™ Antimicrobial  Unique & innovative. When applied through the wash MonoFoil™ provides all washable fabrics & textiles continual protection against the growth of bacteria, virus mold & mildew  No other product eliminates odor, staining & deterioration caused by microbial contaminants  Hypoallergenic & non-sensitizing  One application lasts a minimum of 30 washes  Applicable to any washable fabric or textile Laundry and Uniform Treatments

21 Coeus Technology, Inc West 73 rd Street Anderson, IN Tel: Cost Savings: Labor Chemical Usage Medical Treatment for Inmates Reduction of Institutional acquired infections

22 Coeus Technology, Inc West 73 rd Street Anderson, IN Tel: Thank You For Your Time! Thank You For Your Time! Contact Dave Parker or For More Information


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