Health Professionals recommend Nozin Nasal Sanitizer because they know the benefits of nasal hygiene and the clinical effectiveness of the product. They know that Nozin Nasal Sanitizer has been shown to decrease nasal bacteria carriage without antibiotics and can help reduce the risk of infection. They also know the product is safe, well tolerated and pleasant to use, so compliance is excellent. For a more detailed look at recognized benefits please review the page Why you need Nozin Nasal Santiizer®. To learn more about the science backing the product and the major research article recently published in the American Journal of Infection Control you can read posts here such as "Peer Reviewed Study on Nozin Nasal Sanitizer Published", "Medical University Study Supports Nozin", "Significance of Clinical Study on Nozin" and this research page. A poster on the university study using Nozin was shown at ID Week.
Here are video examples of two healthcare professionals recommending Nozin. One is Dr. Ritu Goel, an otolaryngoglgist from Rhode Island, in her office discussing use of Nozin with patients. The second video is with Dr. Ismael Roque-Velasco, Chief Administrative Officer of Riviera Health Resort, discussing facility wide use of Nozin Nasal Sanitizer at Riviera Health Resort, a state of the art rehabilitation center in Coral Gables, Fl.
In a recent press release Dr. Ismael Roque-Velasco, says, “At Riviera Health Resort we strive to present the best possible care. Nozin® Nasal Sanitizer® provides an important innovation to help reduce the risk of infection for patients, staff and visitors." Dr. Roque's comments on Nozin can also be read here.
Also, here is a pdf link to hospitalinfection.org newsletter article on Nozin Nasal Sanitizer. This RID committee publication at hospitalinfection.org is a great resource for health professionals for becoming aware of innovation in patient safety. Committee Chairman Betsy McCaughey states that their mission is to "speed the transfer of knowledge from bench to bedside" and help the medical professional be aware of important new tools for infection prevention.