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What is Scarlet Fever?

February 27, 2017

 My good friend called me for help one day.  Her daughter has developed a high fever and didn’t come down.  Her face was pink and swollen, and she has a terrible sore throat.  The doctor told her it was scarlet fever.  The classic symptom of the disease is a rough red rash that feels like sandpaper.


Scarlet fever – or scarlatina – is a bacterial infection caused by group A Streptococcus or "group A strep", which often affects children between 5 and 15 years old.   This illness affects some people who have strep throat or, less commonly, streptococcal skin infections. Scarlet fever is treatable with antibiotics and usually is a mild illness, but it needs to be treated to help clear the symptoms faster and to prevent rare but serious long-term health problems. 


My eldest daughter had it when she was six.  Her fever did not fade until the fifth day and her rash slowly disappeared from the sixth day.  I remembered quite clearly of the anxiety as the fever was quite high and did not come down as the “usual ones” do after three days.  Each day felt like a century.  It took longer for her sore throat to clear.


How do you contract the bacteria?  Group A strep bacteria can live in a person's nose and throat and are spread through cough or sneeze.  It is also possible to contract the disease from contact with sores from group A strep skin infections.


Knowing that her daughter shares the room with her younger sister, I quickly advised my friend to turn on the Dermodacyn air diffuser unit at least 3 times a day for half hour each in the kids room to sterilise the air and to use the disinfectant solution for surfaces around the house.  Of course, it is especially important to wash hands often and not to share any eating utensils, linens, towels and personal items.  Fortunately, until the time her daughter has recovered, no one in the household was contracted with the disease, including her little sister.


The Microcyn® technology used in Dermodacyn is clinically proven to kill a spectrum of antimicrobials and resistant strains such as H7N9, N5N1, MRSA, Straph and Strep, S. Aures and E. Coli within 30 seconds.  In addition, it is proven to be safe when inhaled as demonstrated by the performance, safety and compatibility studies of the Microcyn® Technology.


I am personally proud for our company to have the honour to make this great product available and easily accessible for everyone.  I have to admit that at times it is hard for people to believe that this simple product could do so much.  It is safe for everyone, including infants, elderly and pregnant women, even for people with medical conditions.  It has no known side effects.  It is safe to go anywhere on the skin, around eyes, nose, mouth and ears, even in the lungs.  It is fast, simple and effective.


The Microcyn® Technology was developed by a group of scientists of a US listed pharmaceutical company and they respect the importance of product effectiveness and safety.  They have done numerous clinical studies and obtained many FDAs and CEs to be sure of it, and most importantly to make their product genuinely safe and effective before taking it to the market.


My experience with this product has been exceptional, and this incident has just demonstrated how we have made this world a better place by minimizing the risk of contagious diseases, one family at a time.









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