Biomedical waste management, Biology

Waste generated is termed as "Biomedical Waste" which means a waste that may contain human pathogens of sufficient virulence and in sufficient concentrations that exposure to it by a susceptible host could result in disease.

Now that we have defined what biomedical waste is, let us have a look on what all waste is produced in a dental operatory, how is it segregated and packaged and finally treated and disposed off.

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