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Several sports related skin infections are caused by bacteria (MRSA, impetigo, folliculitis), virus (influenza, molluscum contagiosum, herpes simplex, verruca (warts), and fungus.

MRSA (Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus) is a dangerous form of staph that has grown resistant to multiple antibiotics.  If the infection is due to MRSA, doctors and hospitals are forced to use stronger antibiotics to attempt to eradicate this dangerous bacteria.  In the past 10 years, MRSA has been responsible for more deaths than HIV/AIDS and skin infections now rank 7th most common cause of pediatric hospitalizations.  The incidence of contracting skin infections from direct contact while competing against an infected athlete is 33%.

In the past few years MRSA has become a more visible and very dangerous bacteria that has caused players to be hospitalized.  Bacteria penetrates the  sports equipment unknowingly and easily enters the body through abrasions on your skin.  As it enters our skin, it causes an infection that can progress rapidly leading to possible procedures, surgery, hospitalizations, and potentially deadly outcomes.  

Once an athlete is infected with any bacteria/virus/fungus, it can quickly spread to other teammates, opponents, and through an entire athletic program.

To prevent the spread of this highly contagious bacteria, the Center for Disease Control (CDC ) and the National Athletic Trainers Association (NATA) recommends that sports protective gear and facilities be sanitized on a regular basis.

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What Our Customers Say...

The machine has been extremely helpful in terms of protecting our players from injuries. We also find that the equipment itself lasts longer and is in better condition because of the Sani Sport Treatment.

Rip Simonick
Head Equipment Manager, Buffalo Sabres