High-altitude reprogramming is necessary for all autoclaves when operating at 1,200 m or more above sea level, which can inevitably lead to improper sterilization and safety issues.
Autoclaves function primarily through either gravity or vacuum-induced or pre-vacuum (prevac) sterilization methods, though some types of autoclaves combine both methods to sterilize. This article will outline the basic function of these autoclaves and list the types of sterilization media most associated with each type of autoclave.
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An autoclave is a piece of equipment that is used to sterilize various instruments, as well as solids and liquids, including biological waste matter. Autoclaves are frequently used in industrial settings.
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