Zephir is an antifungal and broad – spectrum antibacterial solution. It has the property of fast relief and prolonged effect. Besides, it is mild on skin, particularly sensitive skin, with no tendency to cause any allergic, irritating or patchy skin condition.
Zephir is used as a treatment for the following diseases:
- Gynecological diseases (Vaginal douche, Gynecology dip, delivery and post delivery preparations, post vaginaltomy care).
- Retained urinary bladder and urethra antisepsis.
- Diabrosis dip.
- Piles dip.
- Wounds, burns, and infections antisepsis.
- For subsequent surgical operation care.
- Pre injection skin antiseptic.
- Killing armpit fungus and external body disinfection.
- Skin rapid antiseptic before surgical operation.
- Prompt sterilization for cleaned tools in case there isn’t pasteurization machine. Also it’s used for thermometers sterilization.
- Surgeon's hands antiseptic.
Zephyr consisted of a mix of 0.26% quaternary ammonium compounds that are:
Benzalkonium chloride (containing Alkyl group w/carbon number C12 70%, C14 30%):
Effective broad - spectrum antiseptic that kills bacteria, and belongs to quaternary ammonium compounds, known for their highly effectiveness against fungus and germs.
Alkyl dimethyl dichloro benzyl ammonium chloride: Effective antiseptic with broad - spectrum gram negative and positive bacteria and fungus. Besides, it bolsters Benzalkonium chloride action and increases effectiveness of Zephir.
Nonionic surfactant, yellow E102 and water.
Vaginal douche, retained urinary bladder, urethra, wounds, and burns, infections during and after aid, and for after vaginaltomy care: Zephir should diluted by 3-6% with water.
for constant genealogical dip, for delivery and post delivery preparations, post surgical care, Diabrosis dip, piles dip and diaper rashes in children, zephyr should be diluted by 5-10% with water.
Foot and armpit fungal cases, for skin pre injection: Zephir should be used without dilution.
Impetigo, intertrigo, pimples, advanced cases of eczema, and surgeon's hands sterilizing: Zephir should be diluted by 50% with water.
For pre surgery and medical tools pasteurization: Zephir should be diluted with ethanol by 70% alcohol and 30% zephir.
Zephir doesn’t cause any toxin, due to that fact that it can’t be absorbed through the skin and mucous membranes.
Zephir shouldn’t be used like other antiseptics with occlusive bandage without wiping it first with water.
Substances that reduce the effectiveness of Zephir are the following:
Soaps and cotton should be avoided since they include cellulose fibers that reduce effectiveness of the compound.
Zephir is presented in PET packages, vol. 125 ml, 250 ml & 5 L