Super Oxidized Solution
Stabilized Hypochlorous Acid with Purified water
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- Concerns- Hospital Bacterial and Fungal Loads
- History of HOCl and Electrolysis
- CDC and WHO Endorsement
- HOCl Salient Features
- HOCl Advantages and MOA
- Preparation of HOCl
- Comparison of HOCl VS NaOCl
- HOCl Pathogen Kill Coverage
- Application of HOCl
Concerns-Hospital Bacterial and Fungal Loads
Numbers and percentages of bacterial and fungal strains identified in tested work places
Prevalence of Gram negative bacilli contamination in various hospital wards
Electro Chemical Activation (ECA) technology
APPROVED BY US EPA
EPA approved for SARS-CoV-2
(Human Corona virus)
HOCl IN WHO Essential Medicine List
HOCl – Salient Features
- Hypochlorous acid (HOCL) is the most effective disinfectant in the chlorine family available in dilute solution.
- Due to the neutral pH of the HOCL, it is non-toxic, does not leave residue on environmental surfaces, and is not corrosive to hospital equipment as compared to traditional bleach and phenolics.
- HOCL is 80 to 120 times more efficacious than sodium hypochlorite.
- It disinfects 200 to 300 times better than bleach and is 100% safe.
- It has been shown to be highly effective in killing drug-resistant bacteria and all deadly pathogens.
MECHANISM OF ACTION OF HOCL
Hypochlorous acid oxidises (explodes) the cell wall of all pathogens causing necrosis (rupturing of the cell) or apoptosis (programmed cell death) and destroys them.Bacteria exposed to higher concentrations of SOS loose viability in less than 0.1 seconds [100 milliseconds].
MECHANISM OF ACTION OF HOCL
Inactivation by super-oxidizing solution can result from a number of factors:
- oxidation of sulfhydryl enzymes and amino acids;
- ring chlorination of amino acids;
- loss of intracellular contents;
- decreased uptake of nutrients;
- inhibition of protein synthesis;
- decreased oxygen uptake;
- oxidation of respiratory components;
- decreased adenosine triphosphate production;
- breaks in DNA; and depressed DNA synthesis
The actual microbicidal mechanism of chlorine might involve a combination of these factors or the effect of chlorine on critical sites
Next Generation Disinfectant
Proven Efficacy Against
- CRE – Carbapenem resistant enterococcus
- MRSA – Staphylococcus
- RE – Vancomycin-resistant enterococcus
- Acinetobacter baumannii
- Clostridium difficile spore
- SARS-Cov 2
- Influenza A (H1N1)–ATCC VR-1469
- Swine influenza Virus (H1N1)
- Hepatitis A, B & C
- Herpes Simplex virus Type 1 & Type 2
- HIV Type 1 (HIV) & IIIb
- Zepto MetrixHuman corona virus–
- Zepto MetrixHuman corona viruses
ATCC VR-740, stain 229E
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