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Weimin Zhou – 1st expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • Impact of sealing method and layer number of Autoclave bag on Autoclave sterilization effect in the BSL-3 laboratory
    Chinese Journal of Clinical Hepatology, 2019
    Co-Authors: Wei Zhen, Jing Zhang, Weimin Zhou

    Abstract:

    Objective
    To evaluate, the method of different packing layer and sealing mode for the packaging of the infectious wastes in order to achieve better Autoclave sterilization effect.

    Methods
    In the Autoclave cycles P4 and P9, different packing layer (single, double and triple) and sealing mode (slightly folded, Autoclave Tape, nylon Tape closure) were applied to the internal infectious waste sterilization, biological indicators were used to detect the effect of Autoclave sterilization of the upper, middle and lower layers, respectively.

    Results
    1) In the Autoclave cycle P4, the triple Autoclave bags packaging sealing method was based on the slight folding, Autoclave Tape, and nylon taple, the biological indicator negative rate of the internal infectious waste in the upper layer, the middle layer and the lower layer were respectively in the upper layer 100%, 0%, 0%, in the middle layer 67%, 20%, 0%, and in the lower layer was 0%. The double Autoclave bags packaging sealing method was based on the slight folding, Autoclave Tape, and nylon taple, the biological indicator negative rate of the internal infectious waste in the upper layer, the middle layer and the lower layer were respectively the in the upper layer 100%, 85%, 0%, the middle layer 45%, 0%, 0%, and the lower layer 10%, 0%, 0%. the single Autoclave bag packaging sealing method wa based on the slight folding, Autoclave Tape, and nylon taple, the biological indicator negative rate of the internal infectious waste in the upper, middle and lower layers were respectively the upper layer 100%, 100%, 0%, the middle layer 70%, 45%, 0%, and the lower layer 12.5%, 0%, 0%. (2) In the Autoclave cycle P9, the triple Autoclave bags packaging sealing method was based on the slight folding, Autoclave Tape, and nylon taple, the biological indicator negative rate of the internal infectious waste in the upper layer, middle and lower layers were respectively the upper layer all 100%, the middle layer 100%, 100%, 70%, and the lower layer 100%, 100%, 30%. The double Autoclave bags packaging sealing method was based on the slight folding, Autoclave Tape, and nylon taple, the biological indicator negative rate of the internal infectious waste in the upper, middle and lower layers were respectively the upper layer all 100%, the middle layer all 100% and the lower layer is 100%, 100%, and 60%. The single Autoclave bag packaging sealing method was based on the slight folding, Autoclave Tape, and nylon taple, the biological indicator negative rate of the internal infectious waste in the upper, middle and lower layers were all 100%.

    Conclusions
    When Autoclave is recommended for sterilization of infectious waste, the best effect was achieved with a single unsealed Autoclave bag. If it is necessary to seal, the Autoclave bag should not be completely sealed, avoiding incomplete penetration of steam into the interior space, otherwise the infectious waste can not be completely sterilized.

    Key words:
    Biosafety level 3 laboratory; Autoclave sterilization; Autoclave bag

Wei Zhen – 2nd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • Impact of sealing method and layer number of Autoclave bag on Autoclave sterilization effect in the BSL-3 laboratory
    Chinese Journal of Clinical Hepatology, 2019
    Co-Authors: Wei Zhen, Jing Zhang, Weimin Zhou

    Abstract:

    Objective
    To evaluate, the method of different packing layer and sealing mode for the packaging of the infectious wastes in order to achieve better Autoclave sterilization effect.

    Methods
    In the Autoclave cycles P4 and P9, different packing layer (single, double and triple) and sealing mode (slightly folded, Autoclave Tape, nylon Tape closure) were applied to the internal infectious waste sterilization, biological indicators were used to detect the effect of Autoclave sterilization of the upper, middle and lower layers, respectively.

    Results
    1) In the Autoclave cycle P4, the triple Autoclave bags packaging sealing method was based on the slight folding, Autoclave Tape, and nylon taple, the biological indicator negative rate of the internal infectious waste in the upper layer, the middle layer and the lower layer were respectively in the upper layer 100%, 0%, 0%, in the middle layer 67%, 20%, 0%, and in the lower layer was 0%. The double Autoclave bags packaging sealing method was based on the slight folding, Autoclave Tape, and nylon taple, the biological indicator negative rate of the internal infectious waste in the upper layer, the middle layer and the lower layer were respectively the in the upper layer 100%, 85%, 0%, the middle layer 45%, 0%, 0%, and the lower layer 10%, 0%, 0%. the single Autoclave bag packaging sealing method wa based on the slight folding, Autoclave Tape, and nylon taple, the biological indicator negative rate of the internal infectious waste in the upper, middle and lower layers were respectively the upper layer 100%, 100%, 0%, the middle layer 70%, 45%, 0%, and the lower layer 12.5%, 0%, 0%. (2) In the Autoclave cycle P9, the triple Autoclave bags packaging sealing method was based on the slight folding, Autoclave Tape, and nylon taple, the biological indicator negative rate of the internal infectious waste in the upper layer, middle and lower layers were respectively the upper layer all 100%, the middle layer 100%, 100%, 70%, and the lower layer 100%, 100%, 30%. The double Autoclave bags packaging sealing method was based on the slight folding, Autoclave Tape, and nylon taple, the biological indicator negative rate of the internal infectious waste in the upper, middle and lower layers were respectively the upper layer all 100%, the middle layer all 100% and the lower layer is 100%, 100%, and 60%. The single Autoclave bag packaging sealing method was based on the slight folding, Autoclave Tape, and nylon taple, the biological indicator negative rate of the internal infectious waste in the upper, middle and lower layers were all 100%.

    Conclusions
    When Autoclave is recommended for sterilization of infectious waste, the best effect was achieved with a single unsealed Autoclave bag. If it is necessary to seal, the Autoclave bag should not be completely sealed, avoiding incomplete penetration of steam into the interior space, otherwise the infectious waste can not be completely sterilized.

    Key words:
    Biosafety level 3 laboratory; Autoclave sterilization; Autoclave bag

Jing Zhang – 3rd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • Impact of sealing method and layer number of Autoclave bag on Autoclave sterilization effect in the BSL-3 laboratory
    Chinese Journal of Clinical Hepatology, 2019
    Co-Authors: Wei Zhen, Jing Zhang, Weimin Zhou

    Abstract:

    Objective
    To evaluate, the method of different packing layer and sealing mode for the packaging of the infectious wastes in order to achieve better Autoclave sterilization effect.

    Methods
    In the Autoclave cycles P4 and P9, different packing layer (single, double and triple) and sealing mode (slightly folded, Autoclave Tape, nylon Tape closure) were applied to the internal infectious waste sterilization, biological indicators were used to detect the effect of Autoclave sterilization of the upper, middle and lower layers, respectively.

    Results
    1) In the Autoclave cycle P4, the triple Autoclave bags packaging sealing method was based on the slight folding, Autoclave Tape, and nylon taple, the biological indicator negative rate of the internal infectious waste in the upper layer, the middle layer and the lower layer were respectively in the upper layer 100%, 0%, 0%, in the middle layer 67%, 20%, 0%, and in the lower layer was 0%. The double Autoclave bags packaging sealing method was based on the slight folding, Autoclave Tape, and nylon taple, the biological indicator negative rate of the internal infectious waste in the upper layer, the middle layer and the lower layer were respectively the in the upper layer 100%, 85%, 0%, the middle layer 45%, 0%, 0%, and the lower layer 10%, 0%, 0%. the single Autoclave bag packaging sealing method wa based on the slight folding, Autoclave Tape, and nylon taple, the biological indicator negative rate of the internal infectious waste in the upper, middle and lower layers were respectively the upper layer 100%, 100%, 0%, the middle layer 70%, 45%, 0%, and the lower layer 12.5%, 0%, 0%. (2) In the Autoclave cycle P9, the triple Autoclave bags packaging sealing method was based on the slight folding, Autoclave Tape, and nylon taple, the biological indicator negative rate of the internal infectious waste in the upper layer, middle and lower layers were respectively the upper layer all 100%, the middle layer 100%, 100%, 70%, and the lower layer 100%, 100%, 30%. The double Autoclave bags packaging sealing method was based on the slight folding, Autoclave Tape, and nylon taple, the biological indicator negative rate of the internal infectious waste in the upper, middle and lower layers were respectively the upper layer all 100%, the middle layer all 100% and the lower layer is 100%, 100%, and 60%. The single Autoclave bag packaging sealing method was based on the slight folding, Autoclave Tape, and nylon taple, the biological indicator negative rate of the internal infectious waste in the upper, middle and lower layers were all 100%.

    Conclusions
    When Autoclave is recommended for sterilization of infectious waste, the best effect was achieved with a single unsealed Autoclave bag. If it is necessary to seal, the Autoclave bag should not be completely sealed, avoiding incomplete penetration of steam into the interior space, otherwise the infectious waste can not be completely sterilized.

    Key words:
    Biosafety level 3 laboratory; Autoclave sterilization; Autoclave bag