The preceding chapters have described the general features and principles of protective air enclosures as used in the main areas of hospitals where air protective measures have been developed. In the hospital as a whole, as distinct from the hospital laboratory or operating or nursing rooms, those areas where attention is given to air as a protective medium are: wound dressing rooms, intensive-care wards, etc., pharmacies, and post-mortem facilities.
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- Other Protective Air Enclosures and Future Developments
O.B.E.,B.Sc., F.I.Chem.E., F.I.Mech.E. P. A. F. White
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