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Figure 28: Global Chemical Sterilization Equipment Market Size Forecast, By Value, 2012E-17E (US$ Millions)
Another disadvantage with chemical sterilization is that the process cannot be verified with biological indicators.
Earlier generations of active RFID asset tags used batteries that were not designed to withstand the temperatures associated with autoclave and chemical sterilization systems.
The system is designed to provide rapid, automated, point-of-use chemical sterilization of flexible endoscopes and consists of a computer-controlled endoscope-reprocessing machine and a new, proprietary liquid sterilant that uses performic acid.
Although incineration and landfilling will remain the primary methods of disposal, such technologies as autoclaving and chemical sterilization will also see broader use.
The same book, Female Transcervical Sterilization, reports that 60 women were treated with the chemical sterilization agent in Mexico, and that every single one of them experienced side effects.
The Tutoplast process is a chemical sterilization methodology originally developed by Tutogen Medical, GmbH in Neunkirchen, Germany, which merged with RTI in February 2008, to sterilize and preserve tissue for implantation.
Contract notice: "periodical delivery of detergents for disinfection and chemical sterilization in separate positions for the needs of mma and subordinate structures in the country".
Since many of these applications require autoclave or chemical sterilization cycles at temperatures as high as 135[degrees]C, Awarepoint Corporation employed high temperature lithium batteries when it designed the Awarepoint T2S, a self-contained, battery-operated active RFID asset tag.