Hospital HCLO Hand Sanitizer Spray Alcohol Free Bacteria Reduction
||HCLO Hand Sanitizer
|Country of origin
||Hypochlorous acid 0.015%
||It can kill intestinal pathogenic bacteria, pyogenic cocci, pathogenic yeasts, and common bacteria in hospital infections.
|Instructions for use
Used to wash hands to help reduce bacteria that potentially can cause disease.
MUNDUS hypochlorous acid hand sanitizer has been certified by Chinese national institutions and SGS certification: it can kill Staphylococcus aureus, Escherichia coli, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Candida albicans, poliovirus, etc.
In addition, a number of scientific studies have shown that the killing effect of hypochlorous acid on human viruses far exceeds your imagination.
1. Influenza virus
Influenza virus is an RNA virus, one of the pathogens of respiratory tract infections. It can cause acute respiratory diseases such as influenza. The main symptoms include fever, chills, chills, dizziness, headache, body muscles and joints, fatigue, nasal congestion, runny nose and other symptoms. .
2. Norwalk virus
Norovirus, also known as Norwalk virus, is the prototype representative strain of the genus Norovirus in the human calicivirus family. Norovirus infectious diarrhea is prevalent all over the world, and infection can occur throughout the year. The target of infection is mainly adults and school-age children, with a high incidence in cold seasons. Norovirus causes 60-90% of all non-bacterial diarrhea outbreaks in the United States each year. The Netherlands, Britain, Japan, Australia and other developed countries have similar results.
3. Poliomyelitis virus
Poliomyelitis virus is a virus that causes polio. The disease spreads widely and is an acute infectious disease. The virus often invades the central nervous system, damages the motor nerve cells in the anterior horn of the spinal cord, and causes flaccid paralysis of the limbs. It is more common in children, so it is also called polio.
4. Hepatitis B virus
Hepatitis B virus is the pathogen that causes hepatitis B (hepatitis B for short). It belongs to the family of hepatotropic DNA viruses. This family of viruses includes two genera of the genera Orthohepatophilic DNA virus and avian hepatophilic DNA virus. It is Orthotrophic virus that causes human infection. Hepatic DNA virus genus. HBV infection is a global public health problem. With the production and investment of genetic engineering vaccines, the popularization rate of hepatitis B vaccine has been increasing year by year, and the infection rate has shown a downward trend.
5. Sporella virus
Herpes virus is a DNA virus that infects a wide range of hosts. It mainly affects the skin, mucous membranes and nerve tissues. It seriously affects the health of humans and other animals. It can cause herpes that accumulate locally on the mucous membranes or skin, and occasionally serious systemic diseases can occur. , Involve internal organs.
6. Novel coronavirus
The main transmission routes of the new coronavirus are respiratory droplets and contact transmission. The transmission routes such as aerosols and feces-oral still need to be further clarified. Epidemiological investigations have shown that most cases can be traced to close contact with confirmed cases.