Room pressurization, air change rates, humidity, and temperature are integral in mitigating airborne contaminants to provide a healing space for patients while protecting healthcare providers. It is recommended by national health agencies to place patients with suspected infection diagnoses in airborne isolation infection room (AIIR). AIIRs are negative pressure single-patient rooms with a minimum of 6 air changes per hour (12 are recommended for new construction).
Are your negative pressure isolation rooms ready for patients?
Triatek’s solutions seamlessly integrate into a facility’s building automation system to reduce the spread of dangerous airborne contaminants, and to prevent harmful chemicals from re-circulating in the air.
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