About author : Dr. Pradeep Kumar Pandey is an Prosthodontist in Lucknow Uttar Pradesh. He has appointed as reviewer in many national and international journals. Presently he is working as asst. professor Dept. Of Prosthodontics & Crown and Bridge in Chandra Dental College and hospital safedabad Barabanki India. Dr. Sudhanshu Agrawal is consultant periodontist and implantologist in Lucknow Uttar Pradesh. He has done his graduation from UP Dental College and research Centre Lucknow. He has completed his post-graduation in periodontology from Saraswati Dental College Lucknow. He has an outstanding clinical experience in near about all the periodontal surgical procedures especially in mucogingival surgery under surgical operating microscope as well as in implants. He is dedicated innovative scientific researcher. He had published various research papers in National and international journals. Presently he is working in department of periodontology Chandra Dental College and hospital as an associate professor Dr. Dipti Singh is an oral physician and maxillofacial radiologist in Lucknow Uttar Pradesh She has appointed as reviewer in many national and international journals. Presently she is working as associate professor and head of department of oral medicine and radiology in Chandra Dental College and hospital safedabad Barabanki India Dr. Kunwar Satish is M.D.S and is Associate. Professor in Dept. Of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Mithila Minority Dental College & Hospital Darbhanga, Bihar .He has outstanding clinical experience. Dedicated resourceful and innovative scientific researcher. Dr. Priyanka Kumari is TUTOR in RIMS Ranchi. She has graduated from Rama Dental College Kanpur and post graduated from Vananchal institute of Dental sciences Garwah, Jharkdand. She has outstanding clinical experience. Dedicated resourceful and innovative scientific researcher.
About book : Medical and dental devices that allin contact with, sterile body tissues or fluids are considered critical items. These items should be sterile when used, because any microbial contamination could result in disease transmission. Such items include surgical instruments, biopsy forceps, and implanted medical devices. If these items are heat resistant, the recommended sterilization process is steam sterilization, because it has the largest margin of safety due to its reliability, consistency, and lethality. However, reprocessing heat and moisture sensitive items require use of a low-temperature sterilization technology (e.g., ethylene oxide, hydrogen peroxide gas plasma, per acetic acid). This book is a small determination to summarize a clinical guileless approach toward sterilization and disinfection in the field of dental operatory along with history, sterilization techniques, instrument processing & sterilization monitoring, mechanisms of disease transmission, personal protective barriers, and waste management.