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Extensive Laboratory Testing

Approach Odor Eliminator has been tested in the laboratory and in hospitals in the US and Europe. Hospital testing in 1997 produced a Wound Odor Study that polled patients and nurses for eleven days to monitor Approach's effficacy. Based on the reported results, Approach's performance was exceptional.

Laboratory toxicity studies have shown that Approach is Hypo-allergenic, non-toxic and non-irritating. These studies reported the following results:

1. On intact skin, a test area was treated with 0.5 ml of undiluted Approach and covered for 4 hours. Observations for dermal irritation and defects were made at 1, 24, 48 and 72 hours after removal of the dressings. Based on the scores through 72 hours, the primary irritation index for Approach was 0.0, with a descriptive rating of “non-irritating.”

2. In an eye irritation test, 0.1 ml of Approach was placed into the right eye. The treated eye was washed with room temperature de-ionized water for one minute immediately after recording the 24 hour observation. Based on the maximum irritation score of 0.0, Approach was rated “non-irritating.”

3. In a controlled sensitivity test, subjects were injected with Approach, followed one week later with a topical application on the skin. Two weeks later both the test and control subjects were again treated topically with Approach in a different location. 0% of the test subjects exhibited scores greater than 0.0 and Approach was given a sensitization potency rating of “non-sensitizer”.

4. An acute toxicity test was conducted on albino rats in which undiluted Approach was administered orally in doses of 5.12 ml/kg. None of the rats died and body weight was unaffected by the test. Moreover, there were no clinical signs of toxicity in any animals during the study nor were there any observable abnormalities.

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