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About us; nanotechnology for health

When talking about us nanotechnology, very utopian issues come to mind. Is nano technology really a utopian field as feared. It is difficult for us to understand and apply the subjects that you do not focus on and do not know about. We don’t think like this. Even the most difficult to reach areas can be explored as you start working on them.

Since Medet Private Health Services is a healthcare company, we discovered what kind of task we have in this regard, and we discovered how wide a field nano technology is and how it can contribute to health.

While we were getting our first experiences in the lab, we came across amazing information to a surprise. Such that; You use a substance and it is effective against all microorganisms such as bacteria, viruses and fungi that cause the most severe infection. At the same time, we have seen that we have a technology that successfully manages this business without emitting any toxic substances to the environment.

In the original laboratory pictures we will share the first examples below, E. coli, Staph. We obtained the results visually against microorganisms such as Staph aureus, Pseudomonas aeroginosa and Candida albicans.

This has shown us how a perfect disinfectant is possible, especially without alcohol (enough to get Halal certification). Further, it allowed us to see that the resistance mechanisms developed by microorganisms against antibiotics and chemicals are no longer important.

In this sense, Pure Anti-B will be beneficial to all humanity. We know that.

Antibacterial studies with nanotechnology

Escherichia Coli

Escherischia Coli

Picture 1: Normal cotton fabric was applied to the medium where E. Coli bacteria were planted. Lines cultivated in blood agar medium and colonies of E. Coli bacteria are seen point by point in the whole area. Each colony is the size of a dot and contains 3000 bacteria. Bacterial growth is observed on the fabric and everywhere in the medium.

Staphylococcus Aureus

Staphylococcus Aureus

Picture 3: Normal cotton fabric was applied to the medium where Staphylococcus Aureus bacteria were cultivated. Lines cultivated in blood agar medium and colonies of Staphylococcus Aureus bacteria are seen point by point in the whole area. Each colony is the size of a dot and contains 3000 bacteria. Bacterial growth is observed on the fabric and everywhere in the medium.

Candida Albicans

Candida Albicans

Picture 5: Normal cotton fabric was applied to Candida Agar medium where Candida Albicans fungus was cultivated. Lines cultivated in Candida agar medium and colonies of Candida Albicans fungus are seen point by point in the whole area. Almost no discernible underlying agar. Each colony is the size of a point and contains 2000-2500 fungal cells. Bacterial growth is observed on the fabric and everywhere in the medium.

Escherischia Coli

Escherischia Coli

Picture 2: Cotton fabric with antibacterial properties with the nanotechnological product was planted in the same medium and evaluated after 24 hours. A halo is seen on and around the fabric in 3-4 mm area. The occurrence of this means that no bacterial colonies grow in this range. Similarly, bacterial colonies are not seen on the fabric.

Staphylococcus Aureus

Staphylococcus Aureus

Figure 4: Cotton fabric with antibacterial properties with the nanotechnological product was planted in the same medium and evaluated after 24 hours. A halo is seen on and around the fabric in 3-4 mm area. The formation of this halo means that no bacterial colonies reproduce in this range. Similarly, bacterial colonies are not seen on the fabric.

Candida Albicans

Candida Albicans

Figure 6: Cotton fabric with antibacterial properties with the nanotechnological product was planted in the same medium and evaluated after 24 hours. The halo is visible on and around the fabric in an area of 20 mm. The formation of this halo means that no fungal colonies reproduce in this range. Similarly, there are no fungal colonies on the fabric.