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Q: Who introduced the use of sterilized instruments antiseptic dressings and disinfectant spray in operating rooms?
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What instruments can be sterilized by cold sterilization?

cold sterilization is used to sterilize instruments such as plastics

Can HIV virus die by instruments being sterilized?

Even if the instrument is sterilized, as this illness is passed into the blood and sex.

Plastic instruments must be sterilized by?

soaking them for 10 hours in Glutaraldehyde.

Advantages and disadvantages of aseptic techniques?

The best advantage of aseptic techniques is that harmful microbes are not introduced. For example in the surgical field or determining what microbe has caused what disease. An disadvantage is the cost of specialized clothing, materials, and sterilized instruments.

Surgical instrument are sterilized by heating them and alcohol is used as disinfectant in cleaning the skin prior to an injection.why are these methods effective against microorganisms?

Because they kills germs

What are the methods of sterilization used in a dental office?

Cold sterilization, where the instruments are put in a chemical solution, and it takes around 12 hours for them to become sterilized. Heated sterilization, which is done in an autoclave, under high heat and high pressure. It only takes a few minutes for the instruments to be sterilized.

Why is glass used in medical instruments?

Glass can be easily sterilized and, thus, very suitable for medical use. Glass can be autoclaved - to render it sterile.

What is food sterilization?

Sterilization is the process of destroying microorganisms from food, medical instruments, etc.

Explain the results in the sterilized and not-sterilized broth?

Sterilized broth is clear, meaning no bacterial growth. Non-sterilized broth is cloudy.

Would it make sense if heat sterilized by surgical instruments or tins if any spontaneous generation?

Your question is truly incoherent. It needs to be seriously re-phrased.

What is the science behind sterilized medical instruments?

The basic science is that living organisms, including bacteria, cannot survive in elevated temperatures. Medical instruments are wrapped in cloth and placed in an autoclave, which heats the instruments to about 134 degrees C (272 degrees F) for about 15 minutes. Sometimes the unit is pressurized.

What measures may be taken to prevent hospital acquired infections?

Medical instruments and equipment must be properly sterilized to ensure they are not contaminated. Frequent handwashing by healthcare workers and visitors is necessary