1. Sustained Cooling TechnologyThe unique and vibrant mouth rinse designed for instant breath freshening, prolonged mouth cooling effect along with cognitive alertness, has mainly GRAS listed ingredients with food grade cooling agents, viscosity enhancer, and a low dose of caffeine for slow release to systemic circulation within a buffering system. The buccal delivery system has been traditionally used for quick drug delivery to circumvent first pass effect and improve drug bioavailability. The formulation has natural zero calorie sweeteners. The product is first of its kind. Learn More
2. Solution for Metallic TasteA proprietary formulation scientifically designed for alleviating metallic taste due to various causes. Developed by of repute scientists, this innovative product also cools the mouth and freshens breath. Unpleasant, metallic tastes in the mouth is a type of disorder known medically as parageusia, which can develop suddenly or over longer periods of time. Many things can affect the sense of taste and, in turn, cause a metallic taste in the mouth. Learn More
3. Xerostomia Relief TechnologyXerostomia, or dry mouth, resulting from a lack of saliva is a common yet debilitating side effect of many medications. Xerostomia can lead oral health problems including cavities and infection. Often times it is not possible to correct the cause of Xerostomia, so treatment typically focuses on relieving symptoms. The most common drawback of many products designed to treat the symptoms of Xerostomia, is their lubricating effects are short-lived. Scientists at the University at Buffalo (UB) have developed proprietary formulations that demonstrate superior resistance to drying in a tissue-on-tissue model. Alternative products, which have also been extensively studied by the UB scientists, appear to lose their effect within thirty minutes. This formulation has been shown to retain their effectiveness for over eight hours, making them promising product candidates for the $350 million worldwide Xerostomia market. Learn More
4. Plasma Systems and Sterilizers
The You First Services laboratory test program is designed to test our new products before they are released for full scale manufacturing and pre-market safety testing. The product performance testing phase is a critical part of this program. The scope of testing varies widely depending on the intended use of our products. The resources available to our lab uniquely position us for a combined approach to performance testing, product improvement, and product manufacturing development.
Our currently unique, rapidly acting, gas plasma system being tested for multiple applications; one of which is for sterilization of complex plastic medical devices. The product is ideal for treatments to hard surfaces including cleaning, etching, and coating; processing of heat and moisture sensitive equipment, small plastic parts, textiles, filtration fabrics, and many more popular materials for daily use.
Further, we progress through the final stages of development, this technology, combined with another one of our innovations, has the potential to solve problems in the area of terminal sterilization of reusable hard surfaces used in the medical field. Hospitals, endoscopy clinics, dental clinics, and many more medical institutions will hugely benefit. Learn More
5. Sterilized Tent
In the United States, approximately 46.5 million surgical procedures, and even more invasive medical procedures, are performed each year. Disinfection and sterilization are essential for ensuring that medical and surgical instruments do not transmit infectious pathogens to patients. Healthcare Acquired Infections (HAI) alone cost the U.S. government and healthcare industry over $30 billion per year. To control the spread of pathogens in hospital environments, good hygienic routines based on cleaning and disinfection of surfaces contaminated with biological materials are obligatory requirements. The same procedure needs to be used for ambulances and for equipment after use by infectious patients. Manual chemical disinfection is both time and labor consuming, and there may be difficulties in ensuring coverage. Internal parts of medical equipment such as ventilators and other respiratory tract equipment, infusion pumps, suction equipment, etc. may be difficult to decontaminate. In clinics and operating rooms it is a standard medical practice to clean and disinfect hard surfaces inside operating rooms between surgeries. The present sterilization methods are simply inadequate or highly hazardous. Antimicrobial agents dispensed using vapor generators are available for use to disinfect large room enclosures, but typically these types of products are limited for use inside controlled environments due to the toxicity of the concentrated microbial agent. Scientists and engineers at You First Services, Inc., focusing on preventing the spread of infectious pathogens in medical equipment re-processing and in other healthcare applications, recognize the importance of clean and germ-free environments and healthcare products not only in the clinic but also in other common and specialty areas and are actively pursuing the development of an innovative and unique product, which will combine different sterilization techniques to sterilize areas most difficult to treat with conventional technologies.