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2] specifying for natural ventilation a minimum hourly averaged ventilation rate of 160 L/s (339 cfm) per patient for airborne precaution rooms (with a minimum of 80 L/s [170 cfm] per patient).
Airborne precautions should be adhered to when performing any aerosol-generating procedure.
Airborne precautions, including an isolation room with negative pressure relative to surroundings and the use of an N-95 respirator for persons entering the room.
Airborne precautions, including an isolation room with negative pressure relative to the surrounding area and the use of an N-95 respirator for persons entering the room.
Airborne Precautions are used for patients with known or suspected infections, such as TB, measles, and chickenpox, that can be spread through the air within a room or over a long distance.
34] The AFB smear is used to assess infectiousness and the need for airborne precautions.

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