Anorectal and Colon Diseases: Textbook and Color Atlas of by Dr. med. Ernst Stein (auth.)

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The sue and the anal skin. The motor innervation of the external anal sphinc- approximate range of normal frequency is from ter is through neurons from the S2-S4 spinal seg- three times daily to three times weekly. In addition, ments; these fibers run through the pudendal one must also consider the form, consistency, color, and smell, as well as the presence of blood or munerve. The sensory and motor components required for cus, when assessing stool characteristics. continence are steered by an interaction of reflexes involving extraspinal and cortical mechanisms.

2000 9. Deutsche Gesellschaft fur Krankenhaushygiene (1994) Hygiene Medizin 19,2: 103-104 10. Din (1997) DIN EN 12791 - Chirurgische Handedesinfektionsmittel, Prufverfahren und Anforderungen (Phase 2/Stufe 2). Beuth, Berlin 11. DIN (1997) DIN EN 1499 - Desinfizierende Handewaschung, Prufverfahren und Anforderungen (Phase 2/ Stufe 2). Beuth, Berlin 12. DIN (1997) DIN EN 1500 - Hygienische Handedesinfektion , Prufverfahren und Anforderungen (Pha se 2/ Stufe 2). Beuth, Berlin 13. Eckmanns T et al.

Disinfection Disinfection means the killing or irreversible inactivation of pathogenic organisms, usually on or in contaminated inert objects, as opposed to patients. Disinfection serves to interrupt the chain of infection. The goal of disinfection is to render an object incapable of causing an infection. Disinfection can be accomplished with physical or chemical measures, or a combination of both. , and when treating other temperature-resistant objects (brief heating to 60-80°C). In addition, cooking, or more often boiling, is a reliable way to pasteurize milk, sterilize drink water, and to ensure the safety of preserved foods.

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