Highlights

•    A 30-bed negative-pressure isolation ward was established on a functioning hospital.
•    The pressure relative to the main hospital was −29 Pa by adjusting the ventilation.
•    No occurrences of pressure reversal occurred at ward entrance.
•    Pressures on the ward changed to slightly positive.
•    Health care personnel should wear personal protective equipment on the ward.

 

Image by leo2014 from Pixabay

Read more…

Download

 

The post Implementing a negative-pressure isolation ward for a surge in airborne infectious patients appeared first on Healthier Environment Living Program.