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Ruffini's Method

Ruffini's Method

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dr Gilberto Ruffini
 
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Sodium Hypochlorite
 
and 
 
Ruffini’s
 
method
 
www.metodoruffini.it
Dermis
 2011
 
41 useful observations on NaOCl
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Excellent function germicidal against almost all types of microbes, viruses, molds andspores, but not able to disable the Lambi Giardia and Cryptosporidium
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It doesn´t work in conditions of dirt and also on some metals, is corrosive
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If contact with H2O2 (hydrogen peroxide), we have the total loss of effectiveness
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With the decay changes in salt (NaCl) and Oxygen
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Only respect of temperature, closure and darkness of the content facilitates a moreuseful term of formula from 30 to 60 days for an average content of ppm (active chlorine)is still useful
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discolors clothes and can damage them inexorably
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Its function is uncertain, only if the surface is clean, then clean the area is vital andessential in order to complete a desired action is also a very unstable substance isinactivated by organic matter 
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With acids, chlorine and develops slowly? releases Chlorine in aqueous solutions,therefore, tend to disinfect the solvent.
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is the salt of hypochlorous acid and chlorine anion
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The ideal temperature of storage, ie around 2-4 degrees Celsius will have less time todecay
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 Above 37 degrees, increases the cellular hydrolysis improving its full potential
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Oxidant of biological molecules, very active prokaryotic and viral particles on the walls(envelope and core)
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Oxidant properties has much lower than those of hypochlorous acid. The reductionpotential is equal to 0.878 volts, while that of hypochlorous acid is equal to 1.61 volts.
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Close to 15%, the density is higher than water and therefore settles
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The dilution water containing metals, sunlight and reducing the pH makes it even moreunstable
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The amount of chlorine in drinking water is accepted by the EU of 0.1 mg / L
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In countries where the taste of chlorine in drinking water is seen as a guarantee of quality(eg USA), the value accepted is 10 times that of Europe: 1 mg / L
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The WHO accepts a concentration of 0.5 mg / L of chlorine in drinking water, but, they(he) notes, there is no adverse effect on health even at 5 mg / L (10 times)
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 And ……;the most widely used disinfectant
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Its smell, quickly disappears simply by washing of H2O2 (hydrogen peroxide)
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Not poisonous
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Not allergenic
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Helps eliminate arthritis pain and inflammation of the prostate with simple serialapplications on the skin away from the involved sites (eg on the inner face elbow)
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Can decrease the CRP (C-reactive protein) and ESR (erythrocyte sedimentation rate)thus reducing the pain from inflammation in relation to their blood values
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Strongly more efficient than any other alternative sanitizers
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E despite all the talk used as a yardstick of comparison for all disinfectants
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Hypochlorous acid, has a high oxidizing power and is capable of damaging alllprokaryotic cells and viral particles
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 At acidic pH Hypochlorous acid is formed with greater antimicrobial activity at alkaline pHis formed mainly hypochlorite ion antimicrobial activity but with less. The maximum activityof hypochlorous acid occurs at pH around 5, which allows only a minimal ionicdissociation, while decreasing at pH above
 
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The disinfecting power is expressed as available chlorine, in parts per million (ppm)
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Considerable amplitude spectrum antimicrobial, viral and fungal
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low concentrations of Chlorine produces a large increase in permeability of thecytoplasmic membrane. Chlorine penetrated inside the cell to form chloramines whichaccumulate, giving rise to deadly effect
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already at about pH 5 there is denaturation of proteins and enzyme-SH groups,coagulation of structural proteins microbe
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The spores with chlorine, with increased permeability, causing the rupture of outer casings
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pH, concentration, temperature, organic matter and ammonia, affect the antimicrobialactivity of chlorine
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efficiency improves at higher temperatures ... .. 37 degrees
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the greatest amount of Hypochlorous acid is not dissociated at about pH 5
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protein complement of chlorine in their molecules form N-chloro compounds(chloramines), lipids, especially polyunsaturated fatty acids, incorporate Chlorine invaluable. The phenomenon of incorporation increases with decreasing pH
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adding small pieces of Iodine increases the antimicrobial activities
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never allows the resistance against viruses, bacteria and fungi
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Contact with ammonia to form chloramines (irritant) then, expect for UTI where it needsto perform before emptying the bladder and then washing neutral quote
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The salts of the water (Fe + +, Mn + +, nitrates) inactivate the product
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should be kept in the shelter of direct sunlight and in a cool place. It can causedangerous situations, such as swelling of the packages and their possible explosion
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Every 10 ° C increase (up to 40C °), increases its strength by 50% antimicrobialThe chlorine is capable to destroy the enzyme chain of cytoplasm (in the cell proconiate)by blocking the cycle of vivid bacteria, especially in the fungus and virus.The unit of ppm (parts per million), is derived from a ratio of units and, when the ratio is onthe order of one millionth, it says 1 ppm more practical than 0.000001. For examplemilligram (mg) can be written as 1 ppm on a kg (1 million milligrams):
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Injury-open : ……………………………………………………………...:
6-8%
weight
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If you want a useful step in acting also in the subcutaneous closed :
9-12%
weight(es. Folliculitis decalvans)-1 ppm = 1 mg / Kg 1 milligram –
mg
- is 1 millionth of a kilogram
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1 ppm = 1 ml / l 1 milliliter –
ml
- Represents 1 ppm of a liter -1 mg = 1 ppm (in Kg)
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1 ml = 1 ppm (in L)
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