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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. Includes: Bacteria, Mold, Fungi, Algae & Viruses Vital to mankind but many cause dangerous infectious diseases

3 Microbes-How Do They Grow?
Food Dirt Fiber 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 State Correctional Environments*
“The only population group that has a constitutional right to healthcare”, 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 Tuberculosis, HIV, Hepatitis, MRSA *2009 Dissertation, Sandra Jane Winter, University of Kentucky Coeus Technology, Inc Enterprise Drive Suite 230 Anderson, IN Tel:

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

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

10 MonoFoil™ Antimicrobial
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11 MonoFoil™ Antimicrobial
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12 MonoFoil™ Antimicrobial
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13 How It Works MonoFoil™ Antimicrobial Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA)
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14 MonoFoil™ Antimicrobial How It Works
Escherichia coli (E. coli)) Cell Rupture With MonoFoil™ Antimicrobial Technology Treatment TREATED UNTREATED

15 Arm Your Facilities With A New Protection Standard
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16 MonoFoil™ Antimicrobial
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17 MonoFoil™ Antimicrobial
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18 MonoFoil™ Antimicrobial
High Traffic & Touch Points In Your Environment Cells  Visiting Rooms Halls  Staff Facilities Cafeterias  Rec Room Showers  Medical Facilities Bathrooms  Manufacturing Facilities Transportation  Guard Posts Linens, Apparel

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

20 MonoFoil™ Antimicrobial
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21 MonoFoil™ Antimicrobial
Clean…Redefined Cost Savings: Labor Chemical Usage Medical Treatment for Inmates Reduction of Institutional acquired infections Coeus Technology, Inc West 73rd Street Anderson, IN Tel:

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