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Numerous advances in medicine are unthinkable without the development of specific and powerful hygiene products - this is shown by the fascinating history of the fight against infection. It begins in antiquity and extends up to the present day.
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Skin is our most valued biological ‘clothing’ that protect us from harmful elements, such as chemicals, pollutants, harmful bacteria and viruses, from the outside world. This protective barrier needs to be maintained and care for to ensure general health and wellness. Maintaining a good skin health not only preserve the youthfulness of an individual, but also prevent complications associated with poor skin health, such as rashes, itchiness due to dryness and the development of acne. Many factors/habits can affect the skins, some inherent (e.g. genetics) but many others, such as lifestyle choices (diet, hydration, smoking), use of moisturiser and choice of products, can be influenced by us to affect our skin health.
Proper treatment of a wound can be a very complex, time-consuming and costly task. In particular, this is why training offers for correct wound treatment abound on the market. It is not always easy to ascertain the cause of a wound, to typify it and to define a clear treatment regimen.
In December 2019, the city of Wuhan in China became the epicenter of the 2019 novel coronavirus (2019 n-CoV) outbreak with the first case identified and confirmed on 7 Jan 2020. This unknown virus (likely originated from bats) quickly received global attention and further investigation showed a 70% genetic similarity to that of SARS-CoV (severe acute respiratory syndrome-related coronavirus). To date it have caused a death toll of 170 with 7739 confirmed infected cases in China and 75 across the globe. (Figures as at 30 Jan 2020).