Germicides, Gas

Definition : Germicides intended for use in gas-phase for killing and/or total inactivation (i.e., sterilization) of microorganisms (i.e., viruses, bacteria, fungi, and their spores). These germicides typically consist of one or a mixture of gases used in sterilizing units that include a closed chamber in which the time, temperature, and/or concentration of the germicidal during the sterilization process are controlled. Gas germicides must be eliminated after the sterilization cycle is complete. They are widely used to sterilize heat-sensitive surgical instruments and other reusable supplies including garments.

Entry Terms : "Gas Germicides" , "Gas Sterilants"

UMDC code : 18160

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Andersen Products Inc

Company Type: Parent

Andersen Products was founded in 1958. It began its medical business in Oyster Bay, New York in 1963 with the manufacture of a new design for a stomach tube. The need to sterilize these tubes led to the development of our Anprolene line of Ethylene Oxide sterilizers.

Fiberlock Technologies

Company Type: Parent

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