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Concentrations of aerosols [greater than or equal to] 5 [micro]m did not increase significantly above background levels at either the nursing station or airborne infection isolation room entrance.
Airborne infection isolation rooms (previously termed negative pressure isolation rooms) should be utilized for patients with suspected or confirmed tuberculosis.
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.
A performance assessment of airborne infection isolation rooms. American Journal of Infection Control 35(5):324-31.
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