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STERILE TECHNIQUE . J.J.Nelson RN,CMA. What is Surgical Asepsis?. Procedures that maintain an area or object free of microorganisms. Define Sterile : “Free from all organisms” Define Contaminated : Organisms and pathogens are present No room for error!!. Sterile Procedure.
Sterile technique. When handling E. coli and other bacteria it is essential that the live cultures do not become contaminated with other bacteria or fungi. The set of procedures used to accomplish this are known as “sterile technique” General Points
Sterile technique. Figure 4-12 Dilution streaking technique. Figure 4-11 Separation and growth of microbes on an agar surface. Figure 4-15 MacConkey medium, a culture medium both selective and differential. Figure 4-14 Tenfold dilutions, plating, and viable counts.
The importance of insect behavior in Sterile Insect Technique (examples from the Diptera). THEORY- BASIC SCIENCE. APPLICATION. 2- appreciate the variety and complexity of Insect sexual behavior and the potential challenges of preserving “wild-type” behavior through mass-
Chapter 2 Sterile Technique. Hospital Acquired Infections (HAI). Also known as nosocomial infections Acquired by patients whose natural defenses against infection are often missing or overridden in the health care setting HAIs are very expensive in terms of money and human life.
The Sterile Insect Technique as a tool for controlling Aedes Aegypti. Johann Antoine and Charles Grant. What is the SIT?.
Clean, Aseptic and Sterile Technique. Session 4: Infection Control Basics. Learning Objectives. Be able to state the requirements for clean, aseptic or sterile technique recommended for common procedures Demonstrate use of the “SCRIPT” method to prepare for and carry out procedures
Sterile Technique & Pure Culture Concept. Why?. To protect your self from contact with bio hazards To protect your sample from become contaminated To protect others in the lab.
Sterile Technique & Pure Culture Concept. In natural environments, microorganisms usually exist as mixed populations. However, if we are to study, characterize, and identify microorganisms, we must have the organisms in the form of a pure culture.