Monday, October 17, 2011
GRAHAM MEDICAL INTRODUCES ADDED LAYER OF PROTECTION WITH INHIBX™ ANTIMICROBIAL PEDIATRIC PRODUCTS
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Marketing Manager, Medical
2273 Larsen Road
Green Bay, Wisconsin 54303
GRAHAM MEDICAL INTRODUCES ADDED LAYER OF PROTECTION FOR KIDS WITH INHIBX™ ANTIMICROBIAL PEDIATRIC PRODUCTS
Green Bay , WI —Graham Medical, a leading manufacturer and marketer of products for the healthcare industry, has introduced a pediatric line of their successful InhibX™ antimicrobial treated paper products. The pediatric-sized table paper and gowns, printed with the germ-fighting superhero Captain InhibX™ and treated with an antimicrobial agent, provide an added layer of protection against cross-contamination in pediatricians’ offices.
“We are pleased to extend our successful InhibX antimicrobial products to include the care of children,” said Brian Segrin, Vice President, General Manager of Graham Medical. “The InhibX products not only help resist cross-contamination, but the child-friendly Captain InhibX design also reinforces to parents that the pediatrician’s office is taking every precaution to protect their patients from germs.”
The pediatric table paper and gowns feature a free set of Captain InhibX™ temporary tattoos in every case for a limited time, providing another opportunity for caregivers to reinforce other germ-prevention techniques with kids like proper hand-washing. The products are the latest iteration of Graham Medical’s successful InhibX line of antimicrobial paper products that include adult-sized table paper, towels, drapes and gowns.
Graham Medical is part of Little Rapids Corporation, which was founded by Charles Egan in 1947 and remains a family-owned business. The company’s core product lines serve the medical and beauty market segments under the Graham Professional brand, and the specialty paper market under the Shawano Specialty Papers and Larson Converting brands. With headquarters and manufacturing facilities in Green Bay, the company, which employs over 400, also has a paper manufacturing facility in Shawano, Wisconsin. In addition, the company donates regularly to the Little Rapids Corporation-Egan Family Foundation Inc., a private foundation established by the Egan family in 1986 with the mission to fund charities in communities where Little Rapids Corporation has facilities.