Health Facts

Bacterial Control Tips

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Although most microorganisms in the outside world are harmless. It should be noted that some pathogenic species are often mixed with non-pathogenic species and special precautions need to be taken to destroy them to prevent the spread of the infection. When discussing the conditions that affect bacterial growth, it was pointed out that bacteria are sensitive to dryness, sunlight, extreme temperatures, and other physical and chemical conditions.  This information is useful against bacteria. This helps control bacteria and their effects. Here are some tips for controlling bacteria.

  • Cleaning Removes contaminants such as dirt.
  • Disinfects the destruction of all pathogenic organisms,  usually free of bacterial spores.
  • Disinfect substances that kill bacteria (pathogenic organisms).
  • Preservative infection prevention is usually achieved by controlling the growth of bacteria.
  • Preservative remedies can produce preservatives.
  • A fungicide that can kill
  • Bacteriostatic agent This substance prevents the growth of bacteria and keeps them alive.

Here are some physical methods of bacterial control.

  • Boiling Most pathogens are killed by boiling within 35 minutes. However, sporogenic organisms cannot be killed for There are several other techniques for controlling bacteria.  • Pressurized steam This is also the most effective way to prevent the growth of bacteria. So you can store your clothes and what you need.
  • Sunlight When exposed to bright sunlight from UV light, many bacteria can die in a matter of hours. Blankets, pillows, and mattresses can be disinfected this way, especially in this country where sunlight is available for a very long time.
  • Dry moisture is very important for bacterial growth. Drying has a detrimental effect on it. However, this method is unreliable for disinfection and sterilization.
  • Radiation There are two types of radiation that can be used for radiation. That is, ionized and non-ionized. Derivative rays and ultraviolet rays are non-ionizing types, and gamma rays and high-energy electrons are included in the ionizing type. Infrared and gamma rays, as well as high-energy electrons, help with effective mass sterility and help control bacteria.
  • Scrub This is usually done with soap and water. The process itself removes many organisms, and soap also acts to chemically control the Chemical management methods.

Chemical disinfectants work by coagulating bacterial proteins or changing the composition of the proteins so that they do not have the same shape. It is important to remember that the item to be disinfected must be completely covered with disinfectant. Strong solutions usually work faster than weaker solutions, but cheaper solutions may be better if they are available for a long time. It should be remembered that chemicals that can be disinfected at certain strengths only act as disinfectants in weak solutions and can stimulate the growth of organisms in very weak solutions. has a strong bactericidal effect and is less toxic than phenol. It is also effective in destroying bacteria.