December 23, 2022
How are mushrooms grown commercially?

Introduction Mushroom farming is a booming business in the UK. It's estimated that about three-quarters of all cultivated mushrooms are grown here, and we're even seeing an increase in popularity overseas. So what is mushroom cultivation? How does it work? And how do you get started if you want to give it a try? Well, […]

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December 23, 2022
How can I sterilize cotton wool by steaming it at home?

Introduction I love keeping cotton balls at home to use on my face, in my ears, around the house and more. However, I don't always have access to new ones. In this guide, we'll show you how to sterilize your old cotton balls so they're fresh and ready for use again! Boil some water in […]

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December 23, 2022
What is auto-claving?

Introduction Automated cladding is the process of applying a thin layer of material to the surface of an object using a machine. It's used in many industries, including automotive, medical and aerospace. Auto-claving can be done in one or multiple passes depending on your product line needs and it's an efficient way to create an […]

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December 23, 2022
What happens to biomedical waste from hospitals?

Introduction Biomedical waste is any material that has come in contact with a person's blood, body fluids or tissues. It includes items such as bandages, needles and syringes. Biomedical waste must be disposed of properly by hospitals and clinics to prevent exposure of people to harmful pathogens. The most common types of biomedical waste are […]

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December 22, 2022
How to sterilize a mushroom substrate without a pressure cooker?

Introduction Mushrooms grow from a substrate, which is basically a mix of organic matter and nutrients. The most common type of substrate used for mushrooms is horse manure mixed with straw or hay, but you can also make your own using cardboard, coffee grounds or even spent coffee grounds. Sterilizing the substrate before adding it […]

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December 22, 2022
What are the best ways to control biomedical waste?

Introduction Biomedical waste isn't just any kind of rubbish. It's a type of biohazardous waste that can be dangerous to your health and others if not disposed of properly. Biomedical waste includes anything that has come into contact with blood, body fluids, tissues or organs—from used needles and syringes to gauze swabs. This article will […]

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December 22, 2022
Do all dental instruments need to be bagged?

Introduction When it comes to sterilization, there are a lot of misconceptions. Some people think that you need to sterilize everything in your office—from the instruments on the dental chair to toothbrush head covers and even patients' clothing. The truth is that only some items need to be disinfected before use, depending on their function. […]

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December 22, 2022
What plastic material is used to make a pot handle?

Introduction The plastic material used to make pot handles is determined by the intended use of the handle. Most materials are very durable and resistant to heat, but some have higher temperature tolerances than others. Polypropylene has a high melting point so it can be used in ovens and microwaves, but isn't as heat-resistant as […]

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December 22, 2022
How to clean biohazard spills?

Introduction Biohazard spills are a reality of life. For example, if you have a cut on your hand and then touch something in your home (like the toilet or kitchen counter), there is a chance that the germs from your wound will end up on that object. If another person touches that same object without […]

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December 22, 2022
What are some strategies for living with a J pouch?

Introduction I was diagnosed with ulcerative colitis when I was 16 years old. I also had a J pouch, which is an abdominal diversion that diverts waste away from the large intestine and sends it into a small bag that is attached to the body. While I can't change my diagnosis, I do have some […]

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