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New Metrex Rebrand. An evolved look. A consistent reputation.

April 8, 2019

For over 30 years, Metrex has led the way in preventing infections, controlling cross-contamination, and ultimately protecting people in the healthcare setting with our lines of infection control solutions. As Metrex continues to grow and innovate, we have updated our look to match our journey....

New CaviWipes™ Bleach Towelettes from Metrex™ Provide Multi-Purpose Cleaning & Disinfectant Technology

December 14, 2017

Metrex Research has announced their latest line of multi-purpose cleaning wipes for healthcare facilities. CaviWipes Bleach, the company’s newest disinfectant towelettes, combine convenient one-step cleaning and disinfection into a handy, easy-to-use wipe.

Surface Disinfection and HAIs

June 9, 2017

There are three key components in the infection chain. One is the susceptible subjects, especially those immune compromised patients or patients undergoing through invasive procedures that requires prolonged stay in hospitals. The second is the source of pathogens, such as positive patients,...

Metrex Awarded New Group Purchasing Agreement with Premier, Inc.

March 1, 2017

Metrex Research, LLC has been awarded High Level Disinfectants, High Level Disinfectants: ASCEND®, and Intermediate Level Disinfectant Wipes agreements with Premier, Inc.

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Triclosan Update

October 11, 2016

As you may have learned from the news, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recently issued a final rule establishing that over-the-counter (OTC) consumer antiseptic wash products containing certain active ingredients including triclosan and triclocarban can no longer be marketed because...

Zika Virus Update

February 12, 2016

CDC recently announced its emergency operations center has been put on a Level 1 status-the highest level of activation in response to the Zika virus outbreak [1]. (CDC has only put its operations center at Level 1 three times in the past: during the Ebola outbreak in 2014; during the H1N1...