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.

Posted Date: 7/27/2013 5:21:19 AM | Location : United States







Related Discussions:- Biomedical waste management, Assignment Help, Ask Question on Biomedical waste management, Get Answer, Expert's Help, Biomedical waste management Discussions

Write discussion on Biomedical waste management
Your posts are moderated
Related Questions
Membrane is any delicate sheet that divides one region from other blocking or permitting (selectively or completely) the passage of substances. The skin, for example, can be consid

In what way do chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs) cause global problems? Chlorofluorocarbons react with and deplete the ozone in the ozone layer. This permits more ultra-violet light f

Explain Dehydration Dehydration is one of the ancient food processing techniques.  Dehydration means to completely remove water under controlled  conditions, in such a way

Describe about The implant surgeon The implant surgeon should have basic knowledge of the macroscopic and microscopic anatomy of the jaw bones with their associated neurovascul

Explain the Methodology for seliwanoff test? Take 5 ml of seliwanoff's reagent in a test tube. Add 5-6 drops of the glucose solution and heat the mixture to boiling for about 3

Metaphase This  is a period  of short duration, the  chromosomes are  at the  stage of their  maximum  condensation and , hence more  clearly  visible ,Upon  each  side  of the

Q.Explain about Stress Testing in Women? Data on mortality in men is about 2.5 times that of women. At younger ages, however, CAD in men exceeds that found in women by 5 to 1.

Explain the difference between numerical chromosome abnormalities and single gene disorders. Describe methods of diagnosing chromosome abnormalities prenatally and after birth. How

Mechanisms of Neural Plate Formation You are familiar with the concept that the neurulation comprises of two processes i) The neural plate formation and ii) The neural t

Explain about the Ascomycota - Fungi? Ascomycota - Ascomycetes or sac-like fungi have septate mycelium. These are called so because sexual reproduction involves the formation o