O. S. Vasiljeva, J. E. Vasiljeva. What temperature is enough for industrial thermal sterilization in medicine?

Natural Sciences / Biology / Cell biology

Submitted on: Aug 20, 2014, 05:04:06

Description: The abstract. The hypothesis is stated that for achievement of the purpose of industrial thermal sterilization in medicine it is enough to result in a disabled condition of the protein of activators of illnesses. If fibers are irreversible damaged, activator reproduction hardly probably. For what fibers need to be heated up to temperature 80 .C and to sustain some time. Time of such endurance should become a subject of researches. It is possible to expect reduction of loss of blood if operation to do by the surgical tool, heated to temperature of coagulation of fibers of blood (nearby 60 .C). Process of thermal sterilization in medicine keeping at temperature 80 .C is energetically effective and opens prospect of application of thermal sterilization to wider list of materials. Article is intended for schoolboys and students.

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