Diphoterine® solution - emergency treatment for chemical injuries
In response to the mechanism of chemical burns, an efficient decontamination requires:
- to remove the chemical from the surface to prevent further penetration
- to stop polyvalently the six kinds of aggressive chemical reactions
- to be able to stop the penetration of the aggressive product into the tissues.
1- Like the usual rinsing solutions, The DIPHOTERINE® solution is a liquid and therefore meets the need of rinsing the surface.
2- The DIPHOTERINE® solution contains a chelating and amphoteric molecule with at least one site able to stop the six kinds of possible reactions (acid, base, oxidation, reduction, solvatation, chelation).
Polyvalence is a crucial advantage of the DIPHOTERINE® solution.
3- The DIPHOTERINE® solution is hypertonic which allows to attract towards the outside the chemical that has yet penetrated into the tissues.
The combination of these three properties allows the DIPHOTERINE® solution to prevent any possible sequelae resulting from this kind of accident because it decontaminates the chemical splash completely, inside and outside the tissues, in a polyvalent way.
The DIPHOTERINE® solution is guaranteed to be phosphate-free.