negative pressure isolation rooms

negative pressure isolation rooms

isolation rooms used for patients with an airborne transmitted disease. Airflow goes from the corridor into the patient's room. As patient's room air is exhausted, it is vented to the outside.
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2] suggests that the minimum ventilation rate is to be set as 24 ach for airborne precaution rooms when natural ventilation is used, doubling the ventilation requirement relative to mechanical airborne negative pressure isolation rooms.
The Neonatal ICU has 40 beds with six negative pressure isolation rooms.

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