SafoNur - as a gift to children's dentists of Tashkent

"The founder of the New Medical Technologies, O. L. Mkrtchyan, and the management, represented by General Director R. S. Arifbayev, decided to hold the action: donation of SafoNur units to children's dental clinics in Tashkent!"

Two SafoNur units for sterilization of medical instruments have already been donated to the children's dental polyclinic No. 6 of the Shaikhontokhur district. The installation was accepted by the chief doctor of the polyclinic Lola Tukhtamuradovna.
Also, two SafoNur units were transferred to the Yunusabad district health department, the installation was accepted by the deputy chief physician M. H. Umarova.
. In the children's dental polyclinic of Mirzo-Ulugbek district the installation was accepted by the chief physician Sevara Rikhsibaevna Khusanova.
Beauty salons of Tashkent city are next in line.

SafoNur - the installation for inactivating viruses, bacteria, endospores on medical instruments - has no analogues in the world. It renders them incapacitated, depriving them of cytopathogenicity - the ability to infect cells and multiply.

The installation is easy to operate and efficient, safe for personnel and does not cause damage to the material from which medical instruments are made.
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HIV and hepatitis in beauty salons - reality, not speculation

In the West in the 2000s, there was a massive education on the topic of cleanliness and safety of salon procedures, and as a result, almost every woman knows: tools should be handled seriously! In our country, one considerable part of the population consumes unsafe manicures and pedicures, and the other earns a living by providing low-quality services — in salons or at home, without thinking about the safety of their health.

"In beauty salons, work is carried out with the biological material of clients, and this is always a potential threat to health. Today, more than 100 pathogenic microorganisms are known, including those that are particularly dangerous to health, which can be "acquired" by undergoing popular cosmetic procedures, including hepatitis B, C viruses and HIV infection. Surgical, cosmetic instruments, tattoo needles and razors, tattooing, edged manicures and pedicures are considered the most dangerous from the point of view of infection," said Nigora Allabergenova, chief specialist of the SanPiN Control Department of the State Inspectorate of Sanitary and Epidemiological Supervision under the Cabinet of Ministers of Uzbekistan, told about the existing problem. According to WHO, in Europe, 2000+ consumers of cosmetic services were infected with hepatitis B and about 500 with hepatitis C in the period 1997-2002. According to a survey of visitors, 600 people out of 1000 received injuries with skin damage — every second customer. And microtrauma and skin cuts are a situation in which the probability of getting infected due to contact with an infected instrument is very high. When visiting a beauty salon, the client fully trusts the specialist, rarely thinking about his safety, and non-compliance with basic sanitation can lead to serious consequences, in particular, infection with infectious diseases. That is why the owner of the establishment should seriously increase the requirements for compliance with sanitary standards, in particular, disinfection and sterilization of hairdressing tools. Unfortunately, in many hairdressers and beauty salons, specialists themselves do not attach importance to the observance of disinfection and sterilization regimes. In turn, violation of the rules of disinfection, sterilization and storage of tools entails a lot of problems, in particular, infection with a variety of infections of both clients and the masters of specialists themselves" (end quote).

Will educational campaigns be able to improve the situation? Of course, if they are accompanied by legislative regulation. From March 1, 2020, the Decree of the President of Uzbekistan No. 5884 comes into force, according to paragraph 10 of which it is allowed to conduct inspections of business entities engaged in providing services to the population, including hairdressing and cosmetology services, for compliance with the requirements and conditions of the license — no more than once every two and a half years, and on the facts of violations of legislation based on appeals from individuals and legal entities and if there is reasonable information on social networks — in unlimited quantities. Until then, specialists of Gossanepidnadzor Centers have no right to check compliance with sanitary and hygienic, anti-epidemic measures, disinfection and sterilization regimes in hairdressers without the permission of the authorized body, but are limited to monitoring the passage of periodic medical examinations by personnel - namely, employees of beauty salons, according to WHO, in the main risk group of infection.

The decree will make the administration of salons and the masters themselves think that it is unacceptable to neglect the necessary stages of disinfection and sterilization in accordance with the SanPiN rules.

And the stereotype that professional sterilization is expensive and problematic is fundamentally wrong. As an affordable alternative to the methods of sterilization existing in the arsenal of modern medicine, New Medical Technologies offers the SafoNur installation for the sterilization of viruses, bacteria, fungi and endospores on medical instruments and instruments of masters of beauty salons. The cost of the installation is commensurate with the daily revenue of the beauty salon, and it pays off many times both by the sterility of the instruments and its safety for health.

The installation uses a chemical "cold" sterilization method, which ensures complete disinfection of tools without loss of their performance characteristics: tools do not blunt and do not lose their properties. The unit has the affordable price, works flawlessly, is easy to operate, is safe for maintenance personnel, does not harm tools and is suitable for sterilization of instruments made of composite materials and various alloys, plastic, silicone and glass. The principle of operation of SafoNur is inactivation of viruses, bacteria, fungi and endospores on medical instruments, which is based on the loss of cytopathogenicity by viruses — they lose the ability to multiply and infect cells, as a result of which they die.

The SafoNur installation is approved for use according to the document regulating sanitary rules, norms and hygienic standards of the Republic of Uzbekistan. SafoNur has no analogues in the world. Patent IAP05259 of 23.05.2014 was issued for the installation by the Patent Office of the Republic of Uzbekistan, patents for an invention for an installation for inactivating viruses, bacteria, fungi and endospores on medical instruments were also obtained from the patent offices of Eurasia, the USA and China.

Detailed information about the operation of the SafoNur installation on nmt.uz and by numbers:
+998(98)300-73-92

for Telegram:
+998(90)351-20-90


Sterilization is a problem that cannot be skimped on

Why is it customary at lunch to use appliances that have been cleanly washed after the previous eater, and not to eat soup with one spoon with a companion? And dropping a fork on the floor, is it necessary to replace it? But why, when we come to a beauty salon for a manicure, we don't think: just a few minutes ago, the master was processing the nails of one client, and now he takes the same tweezers and nail file and sits down opposite you? Such awareness causes disgust and fear for health, because every beauty salon client is a potential carrier of infections, including viral hepatitis B, C and HIV.

The cost of dental services, manicure-pedicure masters, cosmetologists in Uzbekistan is lower than in Russia and abroad. Abroad, as a rule, the disposable set of tools is used and the situation with sterilization issues is very strict. And the price is formed, among other things, from these factors. You get well-groomed nails, a beautiful smile — but at what price?

To make sure that we are not exaggerating, we turned to Nigora Marimovna Allabergenova, Chief Specialist of the SanPiN Control Department of the State Inspectorate of Sanitary and Epidemiological Supervision under the Cabinet of Ministers of the Republic of Uzbekistan.
What infections can users of services in beauty salons be infected with if they do not comply with sanitation and hygiene standards?
Today, more than 100 pathogenic microorganisms are known, including those that are deadly to health, which can be infected in a beauty salon. Consider six common diseases that can be "acquired" by undergoing popular cosmetic procedures:

  • Nail fungus — the treatment of a healthy person's nails with an infected tool in almost 100% of cases will lead to the transmission of the disease.
  • Pediculosis — is a parasitic disease, a frequent guest of hairdressers who neglect sanitary standards when working with clients. In hairdressers, the disease is transmitted through tools (according to the rules, they must be disinfected after each use), as well as through the remains of hair cut and not cleaned in time.
  • The herpes virus – is an infection that occurs in 90% of the world's population, manifests itself in the form of periodic rashes on the lips, mucous membranes of the nose and mouth, less often - in the corners of the eyes, in the groin, near the nails. Signs of the disease can manifest up to several times a month or be absent altogether, depending on the state of a person's immunity. There is a risk of contracting the herpes virus during peeling, mesotherapy, permanent lip makeup and other procedures associated with even minor skin injury. Preventive measures of the disease are sterilization of instruments and the use of antiseptic agents immediately after the session.
  • Staphylococcus aureus – is a widespread bacterium in the environment that can remain viable outside the human body for up to 6 months. The sources of infection are devices and instruments that have come into contact with foci of infection – a rash on the skin or at the base of the hair. The disease is easy to get infected with ear piercing, piercing, tattooing, and even during the usual haircut.
  • Hepatitis B viruses, C. Hepatitis C is a disease that has already affected more than 350 million people, 250 thousand die annually from cirrhosis of the liver. The main source of infection is blood, less often - sweat, tears, feces, urine, saliva in large volumes. Transmission of the virus can occur when the mucous membranes or damaged skin come into contact with the biological fluids of the patient. It is worth remembering: for infection with the virus, a scanty amount of the carrier's blood is enough - up to 0.0001 ml, which does not exclude transmission of infection through infected surgical, cosmetic instruments, tattoo needles and razors.
  • HIV infection. HIV infection can also occur through the biological fluids of a sick person. Tattooing, edged manicure and pedicure are considered the most dangerous from the point of view of infection.

Beauty salons work with biological material of clients, which is not always safe. According to WHO, in Europe from 1997 to 2002, 2000+ consumers of cosmetic services were infected with hepatitis B and about 500 with hepatitis C. According to a survey of visitors, 600 people out of 1000 received injuries with skin damage — every second customer. And microtrauma and skin cuts are a situation in which the probability of getting infected due to contact with an infected instrument is very high.

What set of rules works for beauty salons in Uzbekistan?

To prevent the occurrence and spread of infectious and non-communicable diseases among clients and staff of hairdressers and to determine the basic sanitary and epidemiological requirements for the placement, arrangement, layout, sanitary and technical condition, maintenance of hairdressers, "Sanitary and epidemiological requirements for the device, equipment and maintenance of hairdressers" (SanPiN 0305-12) have been developed. This regulatory document regulates the requirements for the placement of hairdressers, the organization of preventive measures and disinfection, working conditions and personal hygiene of personnel. In addition, in order to improve the departmental regulatory framework in consumer care institutions associated with the risk of spreading hemocontact infections, such as viral hepatitis B, C and HIV infections, additions have been made to the current regulatory document, where special attention is focused on the sterilization of instruments used for manipulations in which skin damage is possible (manicure, pedicure, facial cleansing, etc. cosmetic services).

In what format is the control of hairdressers and salons carried out in our country?

Currently, specialists of the Centers of State Sanitary and Epidemiological Surveillance without the permission of the authorized body do not have the right to check compliance with sanitary and hygienic, anti-epidemic measures, disinfection and sterilization regimes in hairdressers, but are limited to monitoring the passage of periodic medical examinations. But from March 1, 2020, the Decree of the President of Uzbekistan No. 5884 comes into force, according to paragraph 10 of which it is allowed to conduct inspections of business entities engaged in ... providing services to the population, including hairdressing and cosmetology services, for compliance with the requirements and conditions of the license — no more than once every two and a half years, and on the facts of violations of legislation based on appeals from individuals and legal entities, as well as if there is reasonable information on social networks — in unlimited quantities. According to the document, business entities engaged in the provision of hairdressing and cosmetology services to the population are subject to a medical examination once every six months.

What should the client of the salon do, because he can't check the sterility of the instruments? ? Is it worth trusting even a proven master?

? When visiting a beauty salon, the client fully trusts the specialist, rarely thinking about his safety, and non-compliance with basic sanitation can lead to serious consequences, in particular, infection with infectious diseases. That is why the owner of the establishment should seriously increase the requirements for compliance with sanitary standards, in particular, disinfection and sterilization of hairdressing tools. Unfortunately, in many hairdressers and beauty salons, specialists themselves do not attach importance to the observance of disinfection and sterilization regimes. In turn, violation of the rules of disinfection, sterilization and storage of tools entails a lot of problems, in particular, infection with many infections of both clients and the masters of specialists themselves. And here it is worth understanding: it is important for the client to see when sterile instruments are removed with him before starting work. But if the client remains dissatisfied after the visit, then he does not leave the salon alone, his friends, colleagues, relatives will leave with him, word of mouth will definitely work. These circumstances can negatively affect the entire hairdressing business, since it is visitors who create monetary income. It is impossible to save on this problem.

We will add from ourselves. Among the masters (and they are in the first risk group!)the stereotype is widespread: sterilization is expensive and problematic! Yes, this process requires material costs. But it is commensurate with the daily revenue of the beauty salon, and we pay for it many times! As the affordable alternative to the sterilization methods existing in the arsenal of modern medicine, New Medical Technologies offers the SafoNur installation for the sterilization of viruses, bacteria, fungi and endospores on medical instruments and instruments of masters of beauty salons.

The installation uses a chemical "cold" sterilization method, which ensures complete disinfection of tools without loss of their performance characteristics: tools do not blunt and do not lose their properties. The unit has an affordable price, works flawlessly, is easy to operate, is safe for maintenance personnel, does not harm tools and is suitable for sterilization of instruments made of composite materials and various alloys, plastic, silicone and glass. The principle of operation of SafoNur is inactivation of viruses, bacteria, fungi and endospores on medical instruments, which is based on the loss of cytopathogenicity by viruses — they lose the ability to multiply and infect cells, as a result of which they die.

The SafoNur installation is approved for use according to the document regulating sanitary rules, norms and hygienic standards of the Republic of Uzbekistan. SafoNur has no analogues in the world. Patent IAP05259 of 23.05.2014 was issued for the installation by the Patent Office of the Republic of Uzbekistan, patents for an invention for an installation for inactivating viruses, bacteria, fungi and endospores on medical instruments were also obtained from the patent offices of Eurasia, the USA and China.

Detailed information about the operation of the SafoNur installation on nmt.uz and by numbers:
+998(98)300-73-92

for Telegram:
+998(90)351-20-90


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New Medical Technologies has introduced the SafoNur installation for cold sterilization of medical and cosmetic instruments.


The innovative Installation for inactivation of viruses, bacteria, fungi and endospores on the medical instruments "SAFONUR" has been created on the basis of the Scientific and Design Center of the "NEW MEDICAL TECHNOLOGIES" Company in cooperation with leading scientists.


Caring for the nation’s health involves whole range of measures, one of which is to increase safety to prevent the spread of viruses during various medical procedures. We raised this issue in our article about the innovative development of Uzbek scientists - the device SafoNur.


Nariman Gulyamov spoke about a new method of virus detection, which will be introduced into the practice of blood transfusion stations and medical institutions.


Doing no harm is the main task of the doctor. He must prove this not only by his actions now and here, but also by the consequences that will follow.


New Medical Technologies has created a SafoNur installation for sterilization of viruses, bacteria, fungi and endospores on medical instruments.


The main commandment of the doctor: do no harm. Actions committed here and now, and their consequences, postponed in time. Nariman Gulyamov, professor and Doctor of Medical Sciences, as well as the creator of the installation for the inactivation of viruses, bacteria, fungi and endospores on medical instruments, spoke about the potential harm that the actions of a doctor can cause to human health, about the responsibility for the patient's safety from infection with viruses of diseases, effective medicines for the treatment of which do not exist, and about ways to prevent it.


The main commandment of a doctor is do no harm. Actions committed here and now, and their consequences, postponed in time.


On the basis of the Scientific and Design Center of the Company "NEW MEDICAL TECHNOLOGIES" in cooperation with leading scientists, an innovative Installation for inactivation of viruses, bacteria, fungi and endospores on the medical instruments "SAFONUR"


Serious scientific developments are being carried out on the basis of the "NEW MEDICAL TECHNOLOGIES" LLC center, the purpose of which is to prevent infection of patients of medical institutions of various profiles with viruses, an effective cure for which has not yet been created. The latest medical devices and methods that contribute to the prevention of transmission of hepatitis B and C viruses, as well as HIV through medical instruments with their large-scale use by medical institutions where manipulations are carried out through medical instruments, will help significantly reduce the percentage of infection with viruses among the population of Uzbekistan.


The purpose of the Installation is to inactivate viruses on medical instruments that are not subject to disinfection at high temperature and exposure to potent chemical factors, to prevent infection of patients with viral infections - hepatitis B virus (HBV), hepatitis C virus (HCV) and human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) through instruments during medical manipulations.