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Date of publication:2020/3/2 14:34:35
China's resumption of work and production is in full swing, and how to effectively prevent the spread of COVID-19 is particularly important now. Since the resumption of work at Huateng's Pharmacy School, it has devoted all efforts to developing an anti-virus spray that can provide anti-virus protection for more than 4 hours. The spray is now in clinical trials.
 
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Team leader Wu Siqing said that during the previous trials, this antiviral spray could form a protective film outside the face masks and protective clothing, effectively killing the virus attached to the drug area. He said that within the secondary protection, the spray could kill the virus in vitro before it entered the human body. At present, the research and development work has entered the stage of clinical experiments. A series of experiments are still being conducted on the composition and stability of the drug. He also said that it may take about a month for the spray to be officially put into use, mainly because it still needs stability research, including some independent experiments in vitro, and some confirmation experiments to kill the virus.
 
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At present, Huateng Pharmaceutical has produced some antiviral spray trials. After the prepared drugs pass the review and are put into production in batches, they will be used for the protection of frontline medical staff.
 
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Hunan Huateng Pharmaceutical Co., Ltd. is a leading pharmaceutical company focusing on the creation of long-acting targeted new drugs. The company has extensive experience in the development of new antiviral drugs that can treat epidemic influenza, H7N9, and H5N1 avian influenza, including OseltamivirBaloxavir Marboxil, and others.

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