Streptococcus Pneumoniae

Streptococcus Pneumoniae is an exclusively human pathogen and is spread from person-to-person by respiratory droplets.

streptococcus pneumoniaeMeaning that transmission generally occurs during coughing or sneezing to others within 6 feet of the carrier. Thus, carriers of Streptococcus Pneumoniae, while generally healthy, are an important source of infection and disease for others. The most common types of infections caused by this bacteria include middle ear infections, pneumonia, blood stream infections (bacteremia), sinus infections, and meningitis. In the 1940s, penicillin antibiotics became available and were used effectively to treat pneumococcal infections. During the 1960s, however, the first pneumococcal bacteria that were not susceptible (“resistant”) to penicillin were discovered in humans. Since then, penicillin resistant pneumococcal bacteria have been reported all over the world.

Source:
CDC Center for Disease Control
Tested by:
Kansas State University – Inactivation Rate 99+%

 

Virus/Bacteria

Odours/Fungi/Mold

Bacteria Food Related

Bacillus Globigii
Bacillus Spp.
MRSA
Norwalk Virus
Pseudomonas Sp.
SARS
Sneeze Test – REME
Sneeze Test – Lamers AOP
Staphylococcus Aureus
Streptococcus Pneumoniae
Streptococcus Sp.
Chemical Compounds
Chemical Odours (VOC’s)
Electrical
Formaldehyde
Formaldehyde in Homes
Mold/Yeast
Odours
Ozone / EMF
Particulate (REME only)
Smoke (Odours and Particulates)
Stachybotrys Chartarum
Candida Albicans
Escherichia Coli (E-Coli)
Food Safety
Listeria