1 in 25 will get a healthcare associated infection (HAI) while at a hospital
Hospital acquired infections (HAI) are included in the top 7 leading causes of death
Digital surfaces such as those found on smartphones, tablets, patient monitors, ATMs, etc, are ideal breeding grounds
for germs, pathogens and fungi
Life Shield screen protectors feature embedded medical grade antimicrobial product protection
We are a team that thrives to better the world, and with our revolutionay tech, we might have just done so.
Recent studies have shown that viruses and bacteria such as Influenza, Staphylococcus, and even E. Coli can live and thrive on the screen surface of the typical smartphone. Every answered phone call, every touch, swipe or tap increases the chances of transferring these microbes to your skin.
An EPA registered antimicrobial agent embedded in the screen protector inhibits the growth of up to 99.99% of surface bacteria, mold, mildew, and fungi. Since it is actually embedded in the substrate, and not just a coating, the antimicrobial protection remains even after severe scratches or gouges.
The LifeShield Screen Protector kills up to 99.99% of common microbes on the film's surface, is Medical Grade and is currently used in hospitals for scratch, impact and microbe protection.
You'll often see tempered glass screen protectors with a hardness indication somewhere on the package, usually 9H. This refers to Mohs Hardness Scale of Minerals, which ranges on a scale of 1 to 10. Regular glass is generally a 5 and a diamond is at 10. This hardness indicates the ability of minerals to scratch each other's surfaces. Glass can scratch anything below a 5, yet glass can be scratched by anything above a 5. By claiming that tempered glass has a hardness of 9H, you'd have to have a diamond in your pocket to test it. The fact is, we've tested a lot of tempered glass screen protectors out there and have yet to find one that tests better than a 6 or a 7.
Touchscreens are the Mosquitoes of the Digital Age
The widespread and rapidly growing automation and digitization of our world has led to the installation of billions of touchscreens, both in our personal possession and in public use, such as at hospitals, airports, schools, restaurants, public transit, banks and government offices....