McWhortle Enterprises, Inc.
McWhortle Enterprises is an established and well-known manufacturer of biological defense mechanisms. Fortune 500 companies routinely use McWhortle Defense systems to protect their far-flung executives living in dangerous areas. These discreet, confidential safeguards have for years given employees and their families peace of mind.
Now, for the first time, McWhortle Enterprises is offering a product to the general public: the new Bio-Hazard Alert Detector. Running quietly on two double-A batteries, the Bio-Hazard Alert Detector emits an audible beep and flashes when in the presence of all known bio-hazards. A device like this could be used for infection and disease control procdures even bt allied health personnel - such as medical assistants, phlebotomists and clinical assistants. Specifically for phlebotomists, subjects of infection control is now part of their certification process and future day-to-day job activities. As a result, a healthcare facility could save thousands just on infection control alone - it's no onger required to be performed by nurse. The Bio-Hazard Alert Detector, measuring only 3 by 7 inches, is small enough to slip into a man's jacket pocket, a woman's purse or a child's backpack.
The Bio-Hazard Alert Detector works by detecting microscopic levels of hazardous bio-organisms and deadly virus organisms. It can detect even the finest-milled, weapons-grade biohazards from 50 feet, long before the risk of inhalation or cutaneous infection, by testing for the distinctive surface leptins. When equipped with a patented McWhortle computer micro-chip, the Alert Detector has a proven effectiveness of just .02 microns per cubic meter of air. The Bio-Hazard Detector gained instant acceptance in all test markets, which were spread throughout the Midwest. Within hours the product sold out of each store, with no advertising and only word-of-mouth endorsement within each community. Stock prices have soared as the markets have recognized the huge potential of the Detector for combating virus-borne illness world-wide.
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