The home sterilization machine is one of many machines that are used in hospitals to help lower the risk of urinary tract infections and other infections.
The machines are used to sterilize a small amount of a patient’s urine or feces before they are placed in a sterile bag, usually a tub or shower, according to a CDC study.
The machines are so important to hospitals because they have the ability to remove some of the risk associated with STDs, including the transmission of the disease to others, and to prevent infection during childbirth.
But in recent years, the machines have come under fire for costing hundreds of dollars.
In fact, a new study found that the price of a home sterilizing machine in 2016 ranged from $30 to $50.
That’s the most expensive sterilization service for a hospital in the country.
The most expensive home sterilizers were sold at home health centers in Los Angeles, Miami, and Austin, Texas.
In New York, New Jersey, and Virginia, home sterilizations were most expensive at $40 to $60, according the study, which was conducted by the Kaiser Family Foundation.
The cost of home sterilizes in Texas was most expensive, at $80.
Home sterilization machines are a part of the health care system.
In 2016, the average cost for a home colonic was $6.79, according a report from the American Society of Microbiology.
Home colonic machines are also used for urinary tract and bladder disorders.
The cost of a sterilization is usually determined by how much the home health center charges the person for the services, as well as the time it takes to perform the sterilization.
In many cases, a doctor will provide the sterilizing process, and the patient is reimbursed for the time and labor, the study said.