The oral cavity is a potential reservoir for respiratory pathogens which can predispose patients to bacterial super-infections. Several trials have correlated poor oral hygiene with hyper-inflammation, where COVID-19 severity has also been linked to hyper-inflammatory responses. With COVID which mainly has impact on the lungs leading to lung infection, there is a risk of aspirating… View Article
Foot Pedal Sanitizer : Sanitization is more important towards microbial resistance. The key ingredient in most hand sanitizers is alcohol. Propanol and isopropanol (isopropyl alcohol) are two other alcohols that are common in disinfectants because they’re highly soluble in water. Alcohols destroy disease-causing agents, or pathogens, by breaking apart proteins, splitting cells into pieces or… View Article
Varying degrees of periodontal disease (gum disease) are associated with strokes. Mild gum disease, which causes inflammation of the gums, is called gingivitis, while more serious gum disease that causes the actual destruction of the gums is called periodontitis.