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They understood the principles of aseptic surgery very well.
OLD-TIME MAKERS OF MEDICINEJAMES J. WALSH
Almost needless to say these are exactly the principles of aseptic surgery.
OLD-TIME MAKERS OF MEDICINEJAMES J. WALSH
Open the thorax with all aseptic precautions, and collect as much blood as possible from the heart with a sterile Pasteur pipette.
THE ELEMENTS OF BACTERIOLOGICAL TECHNIQUEJOHN WILLIAM HENRY EYRE
Remove as much of its blood as possible from the heart under aseptic precautions into sterilized centrifuge tubes.
THE ELEMENTS OF BACTERIOLOGICAL TECHNIQUEJOHN WILLIAM HENRY EYRE
Neither was any serious attempt made to render the instruments, operating table, and surroundings of the patients, aseptic.
WITH AN AMBULANCE DURING THE FRANCO-GERMAN WARCHARLES EDWARD RYAN
It is advisable to first render aseptic the seat of operation, and to sterilize both the needle and the syringe by boiling.
DISEASES OF THE HORSE'S FOOTHARRY CAULTON REEKS
The whole of the foot must then be thoroughly cleansed, and rendered as nearly aseptic as possible.
DISEASES OF THE HORSE'S FOOTHARRY CAULTON REEKS
The Japanese did not discover aseptic surgery, but they were the first to put it to actual test in a large way.
THE EUGENIC MARRIAGE, VOLUME IV. (OF IV.)GRANT HAGUE
In all cases this operation is done by observing strict aseptic precautions and the legs are, of course, bandaged.
LAMENESS OF THE HORSEJOHN VICTOR LACROIX
(ii) It is also suitable for large, recently made, fairly aseptic wounds in the globe.
A SYSTEM OF OPERATIVE SURGERY, VOLUME IV (OF 4)VARIOUS

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