4.6 Million Pathogens Enter the Average Hospital Daily

How Can Foot-Borne Pathogens Spread?

Pathogens arrive on the soles of footwear. When not sanitized immediately, they leave patients, visitors, and staff vulnerable to infection. Once an item has touched the floor, such as a purse, jacket, or even medical device, it becomes contaminated and can quickly spread to hands and surfaces. And worse yet, germs and microbes are small enough to attach to dust particles where they can become airborne. Eliminating the contamination before it enters your healthcare facility is the most proactive and effective method to HAI prevention.

Preventing the Spread of Pathogens Through Groundbreaking Shoe Sterilizing Technology

A recent hospital field study has shown dangerous pathogens, such as MRSA and C. diff are entering hospitals on the soles of shoes at an astounding rate, increasing the risk of HAIs. In fact, the same field study revealed over 4.6 million units of pathogens entered the hospital on footwear. However, according to the American Journal of Infection Control, hospital room floors are still an overlooked source of infection.
Pathogen Solutions Revolutionary Shoe Sanitizer
Pathogen Solutions Top Rated Shoe Sanitizer

A Proactive Solution for a Higher Quality of Care

PathO3Gen footwear sanitizing technology protects the perimeter of your hospital and hotspots within your facility to eliminate recontamination and the spread of HAIs, allowing you to:

Effectively kill 97-99% of MRSA, C. diff, E.coli, Candida and other pathogens in seconds.
Sanitize of the perimeter and critical care areas 24/7.
Reinvest the $35 billion hospitals spend yearly on HAI prevention into a higher quality of care.
Reduce the mortality rate of the 100,000 deaths caused by HAIs yearly.
Have peace of mind knowing it’s natural, green and sustainable
Reduce the burden of HAIs for patients, staff, and the community.

Discover how our sleek design and patented technology can protect your healthcare facility.

Our Technology

The response and feedback from our employees, residents and families has been overwhelmingly positive. Employees are thrilled that we’re doing something to protect the residents that also protects them and their families. Our residents and their families rave about the PathO3Gen FSS and love stepping on the FSS for a few seconds to completely sanitize their shoes. One home health nurse told us she no longer keeps an extra pair of shoes in the truck of her car.

Jim Biggins
Cypress Creek Assisted Living
We feel the presentation is superb and is easily understood by the patient, the healthcare employee, the hospital medical staff and the hospital administrator. Extending the presentation to the food industry, the out-patient healthcare facilities, the entertainment destination operators and, in some circumstances, the home setting in a multi-unit residential community will make this device and its scientific basis a highly utilized method to prevent disease transfer!

James W. McGough, BS, DDS
Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery