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sal

 (săl)
n.
Salt.

[Middle English, from Old French, from Latin sāl; see sal- in Indo-European roots.]
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sal

(sæl)
n
(Pharmacology) a pharmacological term for salt3
[Latin]
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sal

(sæl)

n.
Pharm. salt.
[< Latin sāl; see salt1]
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Translations

sal

[sæl]
A. Nsal f
B. CPD sal ammoniac Nsal f amoníaca
sal volatile Nsal f volátil
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sal

abbr of salaryGeh.
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If there have been changes to the product but the changes are judged not to be significant, a reduced requalification consisting of a minimum of a single half cycle should be performed to verify that the process still yields a sterility assurance level of 10-6.
[5] Proper cleaning prolongs the life of the instruments, keeps them in optimal condition and allows the Sterility Assurance Level (SAL) to be reached more easily by reducing the bacterial load by 3[log.sub.10] and by shortening the time required to reach SAL.
In accordance with EN13060:2004+A2 2010 Section 7.1, STATIM sterilizers are tested on a microbiological basis and have proven to consistently achieve a sterility assurance level of 10-6 (or a 6-log reduction in microorganisms) for a variety of loads (solid, hollow, hinged, etc.).