General scientific papers

References to papers in peer-reviewed journals abound in the literature reproduced under Dental scientific papers and Podiatric scientific papers. Here is more literature concerning the safety and efficacy of Biogun technology.

Every medical device offered for sale in the EU must have an associated Technical File containing a Critical Review of the relevant literature. This pulls together disparate strands of pertinent research and provides plenty of references so that interested parties can easily check the conclusions drawn. The Biogun's Critical Review also includes a list of micro-organisms against which the technique has been proved effective, and a list of conditions against which efficacy is claimed.

'Superoxide involvement in the bactericidal effects of negative air ions on Staphylococcus albus '  was published in 1979 in what is arguably the world's most prestigious scientific journal. This is one of the most important papers in the history of electronic microbicidal technology.

The 'Superbug' MRSA remains elquoent testimony to the real fear that our armoury of 'chemical' antibiotics will one day fail to protect us against ever-developing resistant strains or micro-organism. Physical methods such as Electronic Microbicidal Technology, however, run no such risk. The efficacy of the Biogun against the Superbug is amply demonstrated in laboratory tests.

There is abundant evidence that Biogun technology is effective against a wide spectrum of micro-orgamisms. But does it do any damage to healthy cells? A Comet Assay proved that electroinic microbicidal technology is safe as far as healthy cells are concerned.

More papers are to be found under Dental scientific papers  and Podiatric scientific papers.