Fungal aerocontamination exposure risk for patients in 3 successive locations of a pediatric hematology unit department: Influence of air equipment and building structure on air quality.

Résumé : Invasive fungal infections (IFIs) play an important role in the mortality of immunocompromised patients. The pediatric hematology department (PHD) at Besançon University Hospital has relocated 3 times: (1) from a building without an air filtration system (B1), (2) to a renovated building with low air pressure (B2), and (3) to a new building with high air pressure and high-efficiency particulate air filters (B3). This study aimed to investigate how these relocations influenced the fungal exposure risk for the PHD's patients.
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American Journal of Infection Control, Elsevier, 2017
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  • HAL Id : cea-01540635, version 1
  • PUBMED : 28602276

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Anne-Pauline Bellanger, Gabriel Reboux, Florent Demonmerot, Houssein Gbaguidi-Haore, Laurence Millon. Fungal aerocontamination exposure risk for patients in 3 successive locations of a pediatric hematology unit department: Influence of air equipment and building structure on air quality.. American Journal of Infection Control, Elsevier, 2017. 〈cea-01540635〉

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