There are several reasons why our researchers chose the eventual route of administration as transdermal absorption - skin patches. Transdermal absorption was chosen to avoid the first pass effect (reduced absorption due to oral consumption). Our product delivers medication from our patch directly into the body through the opening of pores initiated by the world's first far-infrared skin patch technology.
KPLASS' has developed the world's first far-infrared patch technology after years and years of research here in the little sunny island of Singapore. This capability of incorporating cutting-edge technology into a comfortable skin patch, is a significant milestone in the field of medical technology.
In neonatal care, far-infrared (FIR) radiation has been used to accelerate healing and enhance general health results. The medical care provided to newborn infants, typically up to 28 days old, is referred to as neonatal care. The following are some applications for FIR radiation in neonatal care:Incubators for NewbornsIn neonatal incubators, FIR radiation is occasionally used to promote healing and regulate body temperature. These incubators simulate the warmth and light of the mother's womb by emitting heat and light using FIR radiation. In premature or low-birthweight infants, this can help to lessen stress and promote healthy growth and development. Phototherapy In phototherapy, a treatment for jaundice, a common condition in newborns that results in yellowing of...
Deep body penetration is one of far-infrared radiation's most important characteristics. Far-infrared radiation can reach deep into the muscles and tissues of the body without being absorbed by the skin like visible light is. It is thought to have therapeutic advantages because of this.