Ethylene oxide sterilization
When considering different sterilization options, it is important to understand the advantages of the ethylene oxide (EO) sterilization process. Having the knowledge of how this process works could easily prevent any unnecessary product testing, or could identify product changes which may be required before using EO sterilization. This article discusses the EO sterilization process and details the six steps including environmental preconditioning, initial evacuation, humidification, gas injections and gas dwell, postexposure gas purge and air inbleed, and heated aeration.
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