Translation of aseptic in Spanish:


aséptico, adj.

Pronunciation /eɪˈsɛptɪk/

See Spanish definition of aséptico


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    • The antigen for spiking the specimens designated as CA 15-3 and CA 27.29 was derived from a cell line grown by aseptic tissue culture.
    • In 1885 in Kiel, Germany, he constructed a small private hospital that embodied his aseptic design - a five-room operating suite.
    • Suitable for the production and handling of medical devices under special conditions, an aseptic assembly cell from Ismeca Automation makes use of servomotors for motion control.
    • Sterile packaging has the added unique requirements of allowing sterilization processing, maintaining the sterility of the contents, and opening in such a way to allow for aseptic presentation.
    • All surgical procedures were performed under aseptic conditions.
    • To give just one or two instances: the standards lay down that sterilisations must be carried out under aseptic and antiseptic conditions.