The correct use of autoclave bags

Among the various aspects of biosafety management, the treatment of infectious waste is a key link in the control of laboratory biosafety, and how to reduce the impact of waste on the environment has become an issue of great concern to governments, environmental protection and relevant researchers.

However, in the process of use, in order to avoid the bag melting or bursting in the sterilisation pot, resulting in the sample liquid in the waste leaking to the bottom of the pot, resulting in secondary contamination or difficult to clean, the following points should be noted:

Autoclave bags are prohibited from direct contact with the inside of the steriliser, in order to avoid secondary contamination caused by leakage, the sterilisation bags containing waste should be put into the sterilisation bucket (or purchase another special autoclave bucket), which is convenient for holding, to avoid accidental leakage of biological waste and evaporation of biological samples at high temperature in the pot.



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