Daily use of Chlorhexil reduces coronavirus infection risk

Daily use of Chlorhexil reduces coronavirus infection risk
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  • calendar-gray 24 December 2020

During a new type of coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, special attention needs to be paid to oral hygiene.

When a person infected with the COVID-19 virus sneezes or coughs, the virus can spread to other people through small infected droplets released into the air from the mouth and nasal cavity. Infection occurs when an infected droplet enters another person's respiratory tract.

The coronavirus first enters the throat and then enters cells in the respiratory tract and lungs.

Currently, both those who do not want to be infected with the coronavirus and those who are infected with the coronavirus use oral rinsing.

According to the information disseminated by a British magazine (https://www.bjoms.com/action/showPdf?pii=S0266-4356%2820%2930403-4), mouth rinses containing chlorhexidine and cetylpyridinium chloride are more effective against coronavirus

Chlorhexil Extra contains both of these components, and in Europe, Chlorhexyl mouth rinse is widely used in daily hygiene to reduce the risk and transmission of coronavirus infection.

Chlorhexil containing chlorhexidine has an antiseptic effect and fights viruses, germs, bacteria and fungi in the oral cavity.

Daily use of Chlorhexil reduces coronavirus infection risk!!!

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