III. International Sterilization Conference Turkey 2009 18 February 2009 08:00h to 22 February 2009 18:00h Suzer Sun Dreams Hotel & Spa, Alacati, Cesme, Izmir, Turkey [ More information: www.msudtr.org/new/2009/eng/ ]
5 Day Theoretical and Practical MSÜD Education Programme 22-26 December 2008 22 December 2008 to 26 December 2008 Dokuz Eylul University Hospital CSSD, Turkey
2nd MSÜD Sterilization Symposium 26 June 2008 Class Hotel, Diyarbakir, Turkey
MSÜD Sterilization Seminar 4 26 June 2008 Class Hotel, Diyarbakir, Turkey
5 Day Theoretical and Practical MSÜD Education Programme 16-20 June 2008 16 June 2008 to 20 June 2008 Dokuz Eylul University Hospital CSSD, Turkey
5 Day Theoretical and Practical MSÜD Education Programme 26-30 May 2008 26 May 2008 to 30 May 2008 Dokuz Eylul University Hospital CSSD, Turkey
1st MSÜD Sterilization Symposium 25 May 2008 Kars-Igdir-Ardahan, Turkey
Tibbi Malzemelerin Buharla Sterilizasyonu, Cilt I - Genel Teori
*** Turkish *** This is the Turkish version of "Sterilization of Medical Supplies by Steam, Volume 1 General Theory" by Jan Huys.
In a hospital or clinic it is necessary that all equipment and materials used for treating patients are absolutely safe for use: the chance for spreading of diseases should be kept as small as possible. Cleaning, decontamination and sterilization are important methods in this battle against this ever present threat. Especially since the fatal disease AIDS became so powerful and spread world wide, the demand for proper procedures for infection control gained momentum enormously. Diseases such as Hepatitis B, known to be transmitted through contaminated surgical instruments, stimulated the need for stricter guidelines for disinfection and sterilization. This book focuses on the most common and most safe method used for sterilization in the Central Sterile Service Departments in healthcare institutions: sterilization by pressurised high temperature steam. A first major step to improvement of sterile supply is the training of all personnel involved (technicians, staff and users). Moreover, in the recently published European standards on sterilization, education is required of everybody involved in sterilization, whether it concerns the manufacturer of the sterilizing equipment or the technician maintaining or using it. This series of books provides a foundation needed to fulfil this requirement. Originally intended to educate technical service personnel in remote health institutions, it has grown into a textbook that can be used by anyone interested in sterilization.
The International Federation for Sterile Supply (IFSS) and the Irish Decontamination Institute (IDI) are pleased to recommend the book to all their members and all others involved in sterilization practices.
Click here for a book brochure/flyer in PDF format.
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Currency: New Turkish Lira [TRY].
Turkey is in Southeastern Europe and Southwestern Asia (that portion of Turkey west of the Bosporus is geographically part of Europe), bordering the Black Sea, between Bulgaria and Georgia, and bordering the Aegean Sea and the Mediterranean Sea, between Greece and Syria.
With a total of 2,648 km land boundaries and 7,200 km coastline, Turkey shares borders with
Armenia 268 km,
Azerbaijan 9 km,
Bulgaria 240 km,
Georgia 252 km,
Greece 206 km,
Iran 499 km,
Iraq 352 km, and
Syria 822 km.