The hazards that can be encountered in hospital laboratories have been discussed in chapter 2, as have the manipulations in the hospital laboratory which need protective air conditions. The types of protective air enclosure that are available to deal successfully with these hazards — fume cupboards, safety cabinets, laminar flow cabinets and the like — are many and varied. A good deal of confusion exists regarding the different types, their uses and deficiencies, which makes selection by the design engineer, maintenance by the hospital engineer and proper use by the hospital technician difficult.
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- Protective Air Enclosures used in Laboratories
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