According to a US Public Health Report, 64% of deaths from bacterial infections originate from bacterial infections in hospitals. The British “Guardian” also issued a warning that in the future, drug-resistant bacteria will cause the death toll to reach 10 million a year, becoming the No.1 cause of death. With the advent of antibiotics, growing populations, and a more globalized society, the evolution of bacteria is getting faster and faster, which has an increasing impact on human health. The threat has never been more real.
Babies are a low-resistance group, especially newborns; their immune system is not yet fully developed, and their gastrointestinal functions are relatively imperfect.
Therefore, newborns are among the most at risk of infection. Moreover, during this period of infancy, babies’ skin and respiratory system are very soft, making them more susceptible to airborne pathogens. With these things in mind, we set out to create a brand new safe-feeding method, made possible by a new physical antibacterial polymer. We worked with the Antibacterial Association, obtaining professional information technology guidance for antibacterial feeding. Then, with help from the Authoritative Academic Testing Organization, the product was carefully tested for safety and functionality. Now, after six years of painstaking research, development, and testing, our new antibacterial polymer is finally ready to help in the fight against the spread of bacterial pathogens. Our goal is to use this technology to make safe antibacterial feeding available to every baby, HE OR SHE, resulting in happier healthier babies around the world.