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Disinfecting to Prevent the Transfer of MRSA & Other Skin Pathogens in Wrestling. History of Pathogens in Athletics. Multiple infectious disease outbreaks in wrestling Bacteria Fungus Viruses Reported by outbreaks – Most disease transmissions during athletics are not reported

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History of Pathogens in Athletics Pathogens in Wrestling

  • Multiple infectious disease outbreaks in wrestling

    • Bacteria

    • Fungus

    • Viruses

  • Reported by outbreaks – Most disease transmissions during athletics are not reported

  • Football and Wrestling most commonly associated with disease transmission in athletics

  • High School Wrestling had one of the first documented deaths caused by MRSA


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Reduce the Risks of Pathogens in WrestlingDisease Transmission through….PREVENTION


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The Prevention Program Pathogens in WrestlingIncludes…

  • Proper disinfection of wrestling mats

  • Proper handling of blood

  • Good hygiene practices among wrestlers


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Hygiene Measures Pathogens in Wrestling

  • Shower after practice or competition

  • Refrain from sharing equipment, towels, razors, water bottles

  • Wash practice gear daily

  • Athletes with rashes or other potentially infectious skin infections seek medical attention

  • Do not pick, squeeze, scratch abrasions, rashes, etc.

  • No practicing or competing with skin infections

  • Hepatitis B Vaccination

  • NEVER allow chemicals for cleaning or disinfection to be used on the skin


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If you do not have personal hygiene rules written out and demand that your wrestlers follow them, stop here.

The rest of this information will make very little difference.


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Disinfecting demand that your wrestlers follow them, stop here. your wrestling mat!


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Choose a proper method demand that your wrestlers follow them, stop here. Chemicals (LLD)UV-C Light (Sterilization)


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Chemical Disinfectants demand that your wrestlers follow them, stop here. Low Level Disinfectant (LLD)

Gym Multi-Surface

Environmental Chem. Co

No Funk

MC-8

Cliff Keen

KenClean

Kennedy Inc

Whizzer

Mueller


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DESCENDING ORDER OF RESISTANCE TO GERMICIDAL CHEMICALS demand that your wrestlers follow them, stop here.

SterilizationBACTERIAL SPORES

Bacillus SubtilisClostridium SporogenesMYCOBACTERIA----------------------------------------------------------HLDHigh Level Disinfection Mycobacterium Tuberculosis Var. Bovis‘TB’ NONLIPID OR SMALL VIRUSES --------------------------------------ILD Intermediate Level Poliovirus Coxsackie Virus

Hepatitis A Virus

Rhinovirus ‘Common Cold’  

------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- LLD Low Level

Trichophyton Spp. ‘Nail Fungus’ (Chemicals)Cryptococcus Spp.Candida Spp. ‘Yeast’

Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA)

VEGETATIVE BACTERIA Pseudomonas AeruginosaStaphylococcus Aureus ‘Staph’Salmonella Choleraesuis ‘Gastroenteritis’

LIPID OR MEDIUM-SIZED VIRUSESHerpes Simplex Virus ‘Cold Sores’Cytomegalovirus ‘CMV’Respiratory Syncytial Virus ‘RSV’Hepatitis B Virus ‘HBV’Human Immunodeficiency Virus ‘HIV’ (Adapted From Bond & Favaro, 1991)


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Factors that can influence the disinfection process demand that your wrestlers follow them, stop here.


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Soil and the chemical demand that your wrestlers follow them, stop here. can combine


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Soil can precipitate out active chemical components demand that your wrestlers follow them, stop here. (weaken the solution)


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Hard Water demand that your wrestlers follow them, stop here.

Calcium and Magnesium

(deactivate the solution)


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Instructions for demand that your wrestlers follow them, stop here. Chemical Use

  • MIX Appropriately

  • USE Appropriately

  • READ and FOLLOW LABELS


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UV-C Sterilization demand that your wrestlers follow them, stop here.

Made in USA


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DESCENDING ORDER OF RESISTANCE TO GERMICIDAL CHEMICALS demand that your wrestlers follow them, stop here.

SterilizationBACTERIAL SPORES

Bacillus SubtilisClostridium SporogenesMYCOBACTERIA----------------------------------------------------------HLDHigh Level Disinfection Mycobacterium Tuberculosis Var. Bovis‘TB’ NONLIPID OR SMALL VIRUSES --------------------------------------ILD Intermediate Level Poliovirus Coxsackie Virus

Hepatitis A Virus

Rhinovirus ‘Common Cold’  

------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- LLD Low Level

Trichophyton Spp. ‘Nail Fungus’ (Chemicals)Cryptococcus Spp.Candida Spp. ‘Yeast’

Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA)

VEGETATIVE BACTERIA Pseudomonas AeruginosaStaphylococcus Aureus ‘Staph’Salmonella Choleraesuis ‘Gastroenteritis’

LIPID OR MEDIUM-SIZED VIRUSESHerpes Simplex Virus ‘Cold Sores’Cytomegalovirus ‘CMV’Respiratory Syncytial Virus ‘RSV’Hepatitis B Virus ‘HBV’Human Immunodeficiency Virus ‘HIV’ (Adapted From Bond & Favaro, 1991)


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Factors that can influence the sterilization process demand that your wrestlers follow them, stop here.


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Good Hygiene Practices demand that your wrestlers follow them, stop here. +Disinfected Mats=

Reduced Risk for Disease Transmission or Death


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