Air Quality in Hospitals

April 28, 2011 · Posted in Infectious Control Systems · 29 Comments 

ICU room

Air quality in hospitals is a matter that needs to be taken very seriously. After all, hospitals mainly deal with healthcare. There are other factors why air quality should be strictly and constantly be maintained:

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The Truth about Ozone Generators

March 29, 2011 · Posted in Infectious Control Systems · 4 Comments 

619-2ps_00265.jpgThere are some that claim they could help prevent asthmatic triggers, even cancer, by improving indoor air quality.  The truth is, ozone generators can do more harm than good. If you know and understand what ozone is, then you’d know that such claims are false.

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What Makes a Good Bed and Breakfast?

Condo Bedroom

Bed and breakfasts are becoming popular choices among travelers today. For some people, they’re better alternatives to hotels. At a B&B, people are entitled to a more personal service. And the fact that B&Bs are usually homes converted into businesses, one can expect a cozy place. Bookings are also quite easy, as the internet has allowed online reservations, though some guests still prefer calling to check if the staff members are accommodating and friendly.

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What is Indoor Air Quality?

March 17, 2011 · Posted in Infectious Control Systems · Comment 

waffle ironSome people may still be unaware, but the quality of air inside homes or offices may even be worse than the air outside. Reports say that indoor air quality can be 10 times worse than the air outdoors. This can be attributed to the fact that contained and tight spaces enable more pollutant build up than open spaces. And since people spend most of their time indoors, health risks caused by pollutants and degraded indoor air quality are becoming a huge concern.

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