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Preventing infection with hospital monitoring and control

If you are involved with designing, building, or remodeling critical spaces for hospitals and laboratories, you can access TSI papers and guides on room pressure management.


Designing hospital rooms for infection prevention

Good air in, bad air out. Sounds simple, but a surprising amount of science and engineering goes into measuring and maintaining the right levels of positive and negative pressure in hospital rooms, operating rooms, cleanrooms, laboratories, airborne infectious isolation (AII) rooms, protective environment (PE) rooms, and other critical spaces.

Organizations like the Facilities Guidelines Institute (FGI), US Centers for Disease Control (CDC), American Society of Healthcare Engineers (ASHE) write standards to better regulate room pressure practices, a crucial aspect of infection prevention.

TSI engineers and scientists contribute to the research on room pressure measurement. If you are involved with designing, building, or remodeling critical spaces for hospitals and laboratories, you can access TSI papers and guides to help you achieve required outcomes.

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