Disinfection and Decontamination : Principles, Applications and Related Issues Hardback
In the battle between humans and microbes, knowledge may be not only the best weapon but also the best defense.
Pulling contributions from 34 experts into a unified presentation, Disinfection and Decontamination: Principles, Applications, and Related Issues provides coverage that is both sophisticated and practical.
The book reviews the fundamentals, explores the interdisciplinary nature of the science, and includes discussions of regulatory and legal issues.
While the chapters present in depth coverage of infections in hospitals, they also widen their scope to include laboratories outside the healthcare environment.
Based on practical experience, the volume examines recent advances in the research, development, and applications for disinfection and decontamination in many different settings.
The chapters address, and supply insight into, the issues found with infectious disease, devices and new materials for implantation, principles, mechanisms, testing methods and strategies, and various applications.
They also cover current research and best practice for ways to reduce infection caused by devices.
The book's emphasis on new technologies highlights the need for safer biocides and microbiological concerns in the manufacturing environment. The broad focus combined with the global, interdisciplinary panel of authors gives you a snapshot of disease transmission, perspectives on infectious challenges and solutions in a global perspective, and an understanding of global governance.
The book offers in depth information on specific topics and an understanding of the fundamentals, giving you a starting point and precise information for resolving problems.
- Format: Hardback
- Pages: 512 pages, 45 Tables, black and white; 81 Illustrations, black and white
- Publisher: Taylor & Francis Inc
- Publication Date: 02/10/2007
- Category: Industrial chemistry & manufacturing technologies
- ISBN: 9780849390746