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When types of errors made by the students were examined, most frequent errors were, respectively, failing to comply with sterility and asepsis rules, wrong identification of patient identity, and administrating wrong dosage of medications.
In addition, it is important to bear in mind that the strict establishment of asepsis protocols during all the steps of the endodontic treatment will also help reduce the prescription of antibiotics or antifungals.
According to Miller and Palenik in 1994 chemicals used for surface and equipment asepsis are
They also stated that complications could be avoided by careful attention to asepsis during the procedure.
Attention to strict asepsis when preparing the dialysis circuit, bacterial quality of the dialysate, characteristics of the dialyzer used, and individual physiological response to the presence of endotoxins all play a part in whether individuals being dialyzed experience a pyrogenic response.
Surgical gloving is the showpiece of this asepsis having the effect of protecting the surgical team from the patient's biological fluids and use of double glove is a recommended practice [1, 5-7].
Since roughly the middle of the 19th century, one medical advance has followed another - anesthesia, asepsis, blood transfusion, sulfa drugs, antibiotics, radiology, surgical technology, and much more.
Therefore, it is important to use an appropriate and effective asepsis method so that the seedlings can serve as a source of explants that are free from contamination (COUTO et al.
The primary goal is to maintain asepsis during the sampling process and that the sample's integrity must not be compromised.
He incorporated several practices from the method of cleanliness, and it has been said that the practise which resulted from this compromise, known today as asepsis, seems to have more in common with the method of cleanliness than antisepsis (Granshaw 1992).
Towards the end of the 19th century, improvements in anaesthesia and asepsis allowed surgeons to contemplate operations in previously inaccessible areas.