When procedures like surgery, or dressing wounds, are carried out in a way that avoids introducing any bacteria, viruses, or fungi to the affected area.
Sterile procedure used to prevent bacteria from entering the body, thus limiting the risk of infection.
The performance of a procedure or operation in a manner that prevents the introduction of septic material.
a term referring to a healthcare procedure where sterile equipment and a no touch technique is used to prevent infection; it commonly refers to changing wound dressings. page top
procedures used to prevent microbial contamination of living tissue or sterile materials.
procedure to guarantee sterility and to reduce contamination
Procedures used to prevent the introduction of fungi, bacteria, viruses, mycoplasma or other microorganisms into cell, tissue and organ cultures. Although these procedures are used to prevent microbial contamination of cultures, they also prevent cross contamination of cell cultures as well. These procedures may or may not exclude the introduction of infectious molecules.
Also Sterile technique. Manipulating sterile instruments or Culture media in such a way as to maintain sterility.
Aseptic technique refers to a procedure that is performed under sterile conditions. This includes medical techniques and laboratory techniques, such as with microbiological cultures.