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AIIArt Institutes International (various locations)
AIIAccredited Investors, Inc. (Edina, MN)
AIIAngiotensin II
AIIAnalogical and Inductive Inference
AIIAirborne Infection Isolation (public health)
AIIAmerican International Industries (Los Angeles, CA)
AIIAgence de l'Innovation Industrielle (French Agency for Industrial Innovation)
AIIAdriatic and Ionian Initiative (various locations)
AIIAuto ID Infrastructure
AIIAutologic Information International
AIIAttachment Individual Identifier
AIIAutomated Invoice Interface (imports)
AIIAutomatique et Informatique Industrielle (French: Automation and Industrial Computing)
AIIAmerican Institute of Inspectors (Lower Lake, CA)
AIIASEAN Information Infrastructure
AIIActive Input Interface (used in UNI PMD specs for Copper/Fiber)
AIIAustralian Industry Involvement
AIIAtelier d'Image et d'Informatique (Computer graphics school, Paris, France)
AIIArea of Intelligence Interest
AIIAcceptance Inspection Instruction
AIIArmy Information Infrastructure
AIIArmy Intelligence Interpreter
AIIAlloys International, Inc. (Islandia, NY)
AIIAutomated Item Identification
AIIAutomation Image, Inc.
AIIAction-Inferring Interface
AIIAsset Inclusion Indicator
AIIAdvanced Interactive Interfaces
AIIAssured Information Infrastructure
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Airborne infection isolation rooms (previously termed negative pressure isolation rooms) should be utilized for patients with suspected or confirmed tuberculosis.
Use of an airborne infection isolation room (AIIR) is prescribed by various federal and state health organizations (Ninomura et al.
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has cleared the Xpert MTB/RIF Assay (Cepheid; Sunnyvale, California) with an expanded intended use that includes testing of either one or two sputum specimens as an alternative to examination of serial acid-fast stained sputum smears to aid in the decision of whether continued airborne infection isolation (All) is warranted for patients with suspected pulmonary tuberculosis (1).
Nowadays, for prevention of tuberculosis (TB) transmission at health care facilities, the patient with a presumptive diagnosis of infectious active TB requires airborne infection isolation (AII) until three negative respiratory specimens 8-24h apart (acid-fast bacilli strategy).
* Place patient in an airborne infection isolation (AIIR) room if possible.
N95 respirator and patient isolation in an airborne infection isolation room) were instituted.
An airborne infection isolation room should be used if available during surgery and post-operative recovery.
In an effort to better understand the relationship between airborne disease transmission and ventilation, an actual hospital was used to observe the effectiveness of directional airflow and air change rate to contain, dilute and remove synthetic bioaerosols within in a general patient room, an airborne infection isolation room, and, a patient corridor.
An airborne infection isolation (All) room is designed with negative pressurization to protect both patients and people outside the room from the spread of airborne infections; special air-handling and ventilation are also required to prevent transmission.
For example, airborne infection isolation rooms, and the provision of a high airflow rate to ensure dilution of pathogens within the room and an appropriate pressure regime to limit transfer of pathogens between the room and neighboring spaces that are delivered by a mechanical means, tend to be the ventilation system of choice (Booth et al.
The TriStack mixed flow exhaust fan line offers safety critical applications, such as laboratory fume hood exhaust and ventilation, for specialized care environments like airborne infection isolation rooms.
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