heat sterilization

heat sterilization

[′hēt ‚ster·ə·lə′zā·shən]
(engineering)
An act of destroying all forms of life on and in bacteriological media, foods, hospital supplies, and other materials by means of moist or dry heat.
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The company provides contract moist heat steam and dry heat sterilization and depyrogenation services to the pharmaceutical, biotech and medical device industries.
Earlier studies have shown that wet heat sterilization can destroy disease-causing bacteria, but the mechanisms whereby spores are killed by this treatment had not been fully revealed.
Vertical sterilizer can be suitably used for dry heat sterilization.
The artist uses some non-disposable equipment, which should have been sterilized before using an autoclave (heat sterilization device) and is neatly kept sterile in small towels like the ones used in surgical clinics.
of North America's model MCO-170AICUVDL-PA C[O.sub.2] incubator features an elevated 180 C (355 F) dry heat sterilization cycle.
Sterilization method includes heat sterilization, low temperature sterilization, filtration sterilization and radiation sterilization.
Rose tried to find the correct procedure for sterilization monitoring by searching the ECP, but again the plan had not been updated with correct dry heat sterilization monitoring.
Either dry heat or steam sterilization is recommended for diamond burs, however, only dry heat sterilization is recommended for carbide burs with potential for corrosion.8
Again, many people blamed heat sterilization for the loss (p.