sterilisation


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sterilisation

Any method (e.g. vasectomy, tubal ligation) used to render a person inconceivable—i.e. incapable of producing children.
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A total of 225 women returned at 1 year post sterilisation and were included in the study cohort.
There was an increase in LGTIs due to STIs post sterilisation in those women who had a history of STIs (OR 6.
The contract sterilisation services market, by site of sterilisation, is segmented into offsite sterilization and onsite sterilisation.
Geographically, the sterilisation equipment market was dominated by North America, followed by Europe, Asia, and the Rest of the World.
Non-traditional sterilisation techniques for biomaterials and medical devices
Sterilisation and decontamination of surfaces by plasma discharges
All open procedures were performed through a sub-umbilical incision and the sterilisation was performed using the modified Parklands method.
Average waiting time post delivery for the sterilisation procedure was 13.
4-meter height, the trailer-size sterilisation chambers are designed to coordinate with sea container capacity, thereby maximizing production lot sizes and reducing cost.
The sterilisation technology to be used will incorporate that developed for Sterigenics' single-day, single-chamber CyclEOne(R) processing, including parametric product release which significantly reduces the time and cost associated with traditional EO sterilisation.
A Code of Practice for the Radiation Sterilisation of Tissues was evaluated and the outcome and the full Code is included in this volume, as well as explorations of all of the methodologies used in the field.
Includes the full code of practice for the radiation sterilisation of tissues