Thus the older men, who had been trained before the day of asepsis and modern methods, were revered but carefully watched.
It is without doubt an ideal food for any climate where concentration is desirable and asepsis cannot be neglected.
Infection would depend most probably upon the asepsis of the first dressing.
Much stress has been laid upon the subject of asepsis and antisepsis.
Surgical safety, however, can be secured by the employment of a perfect technic for asepsis.
asepsis, it is true, has reduced the average residence in hospital from about 35 to less than 20 days.
From that he branched into antisepsis as opposed to asepsis as a practical method in the field.
And why are we so concerned today about asepsis, sterilization, etc., when a generation ago they were not?
The head cases on the other hand bore movement fairly well, provided only that asepsis was ensured.
As it begins from pus bacteria, it is not seen so frequently now as formerly, owing to greater attention to asepsis.
asepsis a·sep·sis (ə-sěp'sĭs, ā-)
The state of being free of living pathogenic microorganisms.
The process of removing pathogenic microorganisms or protecting against infection by such organisms.