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Medical Edge: Ebola Protection

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CINCINNATI (Sherrill Barber) — The owner of an Asheville company said he has a product that could help fight the Ebola virus. The Ebola outbreak has claimed…


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Fiat Justitia says:

Using chlorox bleach is not the ideal way to disinfect against Ebola.
Chlorox bleach is highly oxidizing and can corrode away skin, producing
microabrasions (tiny wounds) in the process. So the next time the worker
handles an Ebola patient, s/he has a much higher chance of contracting the
virus through these microabrasions. A better way is to use saturated salt
(sodium chloride) solution instead. The salt will plasmolyze the virus on
contact and kill it, without corroding away the skin.

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