State of being aseptic; the methods or processes of asepticizing.
The state of being germ free.
Prevention from contact with micro-organisms. The state of the surgical field desirable for implant surgery.
(of non-living objects) the state of being free of pathogenic organisms
the process of inhibiting the growth and multiplication of microorganisms
freedom from infection or infectious material
Freedom from septic matter or infection.
prevention from contamination with microorganisms. Includes sterile conditions on tissues, on materials, and in rooms, as obtained by excluding, removing, or killing organisms.
a state of being sterile, i.e. having no microbes.
sterilization of the surroundings and instruments to prevent infections
Prevention of microbial contamination of living tissues or sterile materials by excluding, removing or killing micro-organisms.
A state of control attained by using an aseptic work area and performing activities in a manner that precludes microbiological contamination of the exposed sterile product.
means "without (a = without) any infection". All surgery should be done under "aseptic" conditions. Sepsis means some infectious microorganism is causing harm to the person. Antibiotics and cleansing are the normal treatments.
1. The state of being free of pathogenic microorganisms. 2. The process of removing pathogenic microorganisms or protecting against infection by such organisms.
A state of sterility; one in which living pathogenic organisms are absent.
sterile, a condition free of germs, infection, and any form of life
Without infection or contaminating microorganisms.
the absence of contamination.
Asepsis is the practice to reduce or eliminate contaminants (such as bacteria, viruses, fungi, and parasites) from entering the operative field in surgery or medicine to prevent infection. Ideally, a field is "sterile" â€” free of contaminants â€” a situation that is difficult to attain. However, the goal is elimination of infection, not sterility.