The laboratory that delivers free products to combat deadly disease

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The laboratory that delivers free products to combat deadly disease

From Formosa Medical Specialties Laboratory (La formed) they point to that They continue to develop infrastructure, production, research and technological development in the face of the alert about the dengue situation.so they strengthen the production of larvicides and mosquito repellents.

In the portal dialog Agenfor, Florencia Barcalá technical director of the solid, semi-solid and magisterial plant, highlighted that All laboratory products are distributed free of charge throughout the province. “It is based on the decision of Governor Gildo Insfrán, and through the Ministry of Economy, Treasury and Finance, we can continue the development of the infrastructure” he emphasized.

“The domestic health plant dedicated to the production of larvicides and insecticides was recently inaugurated, and especially, at this time, repellents were promoted” added industrial engineer Edgar Gutiérrez.

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This is because the larvicide and the repellent are the same important products against the mosquito vector aedes aegyptiso “in the house of health plants larvicides and insecticides are made, while in medicine specialties, repellents, toothpastes and parenteral products.”

In this sense, biological larvicide is used to eliminate mosquito vector larvae, for example, in a 30 liter tank of water you should put between 30 and 40 drops. The advantage of this product is that “it is non-toxic”, so it is ready to be used in homes and “in all containers that contain water that cannot be eliminated.”

For its part, the repellent “acts as a transparent barrier by having a substance that attacks the mosquito”. It is for children and adults and lasts five hours.

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Along these lines, he added that research is also being done “to create repellents based on other substances”, so he emphasized. “research, production and technological development that La formed must continue to develop”.

Regarding the parenteral products for the Mother and Child Hospital and the Central Hospital, he explained that “Parenteral feeding is basically for babies born before week 37, so, with its use, the baby has the basic nutrients it needs”.

Finally, he pointed that out “There are many people who collaborate in terms of training, like in terms of organization, so we work with two universities; one from Chaco, which is the National University of Chaco Austral (UNCAus), and the other , the National Technological University (UTN)”.

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