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SBGR Sterilization

SBGR MA 140 Week 5

anesthesia loss of sensation
incision a surgical cut
biopsy removing tissue for diagnostic examination
asepsis process of removing all pathogenic microorganisms
inoculate to transfer microorganisms into the body, into a culture, into a medium or on to a slide
incubation period of time for symptoms of a disease to show
epidemiology study of health realted states and events occurring in populations
etiology the science and study of the cause of disease
bactericidal an agent that destroys bacteria
bacteriostasis stopping growth of bacteria
sterile field area free of all living mircrorganisms and spores
surgical asepsis abscence of all living pathogenic organisms
viable capable of living
inocul/o implant
incubat/o hatching
-ology science and study of
eti/o cause
epidemic/o among the people
-stasis stopping, controlling
bacteri/o single cell organism
past 4 weeks of medications
Created by: SBGrandRapids