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Which of the following ASHRAE codes should be referenced when determining the appropriate pressure relationship for a specific hospital area?
If a patient is in contact enteric precautions, what PPE is required when entering a room?
A HEPA scrubber is placed into a patient room to protect the staff and adjacent patients from a contagious disease patient. Once the patient is discharged a safe amount of time must elapse before the room can be terminally cleaned.
The CFM tag on the unit is not legible, but the exhaust duct on the unit is 8”. An anemometer is used which measures the airflow at 475 ft/min. The room is 124 square feet with 8.5′ ceilings.
Calculate the air changes per hour (ACH). Then, using the table above, determine how long (in minutes) the room must be vacant before 99% of the airborne contaminant is scrubbed from the room.
What is the total minimum number of required outside air changes, per ASHRAE 170-2013 edition, for an operating room?
What is the total minimum number of required air changes, per ASHRAE 170 (2013), for a bronchoscopy room?
What is the total minimum number of required air changes, per ASHRAE 170 (2013), for a Microbiology Lab?
Which of the following pressure requirements is assigned to a newborn nursery suite?
Which of the following pressure requirements is assigned to a patient corridor?