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In the scope of EN standards, the use of sterile instruments on or in a patient assumes that the instruments are properly cleaned and disinfected, sterilized in an approved sterilization package and stored after sterilization in accordance with the rules in force for sterile products. It is important that only such sterilization methods and sterilizers are used, under which the prescribed sterilization method is possible.

Accessories and packaging used in sterilization must comply with the sterilization instruments and methods.

In addition, you must follow the instructions of the manufacturer of sterilizers.

For temperature-resistant products, steam sterilization is preferred !?

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  1. Guidelines for the control of sterilization using sterilization indicators IS-120, IS-132, IS-160, IS-180 of the Scientific-Production Company "VINAR"
    APPROVED Head of the Department of Prevention Ministry of the R.I. KHALITOV Healthcare of the Russian Federation dated 11.06.93 No. 11-8 / 03-54 General Provisions These Guidelines are intended for all health care workers performing work related to the decontamination and sterilization of medical instruments and medical devices, as well as
  2. Low temperature sterilization
    Low-temperature sterilization methods include gas and plasma sterilization. All these methods use chemicals with temperatures between 37 and 75 ° C. When choosing a low-temperature sterilization method, special attention should be paid to the treatment guidelines of the manufacturer of medical devices. Depending on the type, method and year of production of the sterilizers used
  3. Sterilization
    Sterilization is a fairly common method of contraception in families where women are over 40. This is an irreversible process that one spouse undergoes. In women, the fallopian tubes are ligated, in men, the vas deferens is excised. • Dressing, cauterization In women, sterilization is carried out by dressing, and dividing into parts of a specific area of ​​both uterine
  4. Section 57. Medical Sterilization
    1. Medical sterilization as a special medical intervention in order to deprive a person of the ability to reproduce offspring or as a method of contraception can be carried out only by a written statement of a citizen over the age of thirty-five or a citizen who has at least two children, and if there are medical indications and informed voluntary consent of a citizen -
  5. Steam sterilization
    Steam sterilization is carried out using saturated steam, usually at a temperature of 134 ° C. Staining as a result of the “shedding” of chemical indicators A large number of chemical indicators in one lot to be sterilized can lead to the formation of stains on the instruments, especially through direct contact. This concerns, first of all, silverware or with a silver-plated surface.
  6. Hot air sterilization
    Although hot air sterilization no longer corresponds to the current level of science, in some cases this method is still used. If hot air sterilization is applied, the following requirements must be met: At temperatures from 185 ° C, paraffin oil is tarred, as a result of which its lubricity is lost and the performance of the instrument is reduced. Do not exceed
  7. Voluntary surgical sterilization
    Voluntary surgical sterilization (DHS) is given a special place in the family planning program, since, firstly, this method is associated with surgical intervention and, secondly, it is irreversible. Currently, DHS is the most common method of birth control in both developed and developing countries (according to world statistics, in 1990, DHS
    This method of sterilizing women differs from other laparoscopic sterilization methods in that special brackets are applied to the tubes. When this happens the least damage to the tissues of the pipe, so this method is considered the most reversible. Laparoscopic surgery itself is similar to that described earlier. The purpose of the operation is the sterilization of the woman. Physiological effects.
    This is the most famous and most frequently performed operation for the sterilization of women. It can be performed during a cesarean section operation immediately after the baby is removed or some time after the birth, using the minilaparotomy or colpotomy method. The purpose of the operation is the prevention of pregnancy by violating the tubal patency. Physiological effects. There are reports of cases
  10. Surgical sterilization surgery for women
    Surgical sterilization of women until recent years was carried out only as a co-operation with gynecological or obstetric (cesarean section) operations. Currently, surgical sterilization is performed as an independent intervention. There are many methods of surgical sterilization of women. Technique performance. The most common is the resection of tubes on
  11. Is sterilization dangerous?
    Sterilization is a fairly simple, thoroughly tested operation. It is performed under general anesthesia and is completely painless, its duration in cats is 5 to 7 minutes, and in cats it is 10 to 20 minutes (depending on the qualifications of the veterinarian-surgeon). Anesthetics, which are used by modern veterinary experts, are so perfect that the risk of complications is almost zero. Maximum,
  12. Industry standard. Sterilization and disinfection of medical products (Extraction)
    OST 42-21-2-85 was put into effect by the Order dated 10.06.85 No. 770 (extraction). Methods, means and modes. Non-compliance with the standard is prosecuted. This standard applies to medical devices that are sterilized and / or disinfected during use. The standard is mandatory for facilities operating medical devices, as well as for
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