Waiting rooms are a haven for pathogens, and unfortunately, those who are sick are mingling with those who aren’t. Not to forget putting at risk those who already have compromised immune systems. Air purification helps to remove the concern of spreading airborne contaminants in these close quarters.
According to the CDC, one in 25 patients acquires an infection while in the hospital. That’s more than 700,000 patients per year, with 75,000 of those people dying because of it. It’s key to eliminate as many germs and bacteria from these health environments. Even more, in dental procedures utilizing high speed dental tools causes contaminants including fungi and bacteria to splatter the air.
In areas where healthcare staff gather to enjoy lunch or breaks, it’s important to protect against viruses. Moreover, prevent unpleasant odors from lunches, snacks, garbage and more that may linger in the air.
Increasing air changes per hour helps eliminate unpleasant odors and viruses.
Aside from the typical restroom odors, hospitals and healthcare facilities also have the added issue of germ spread, with some restroom facilities shared by both incoming patients and visitors.
AeraMax Pro air purifiers not only eliminate odors but utilize True HEPA filtration to eliminate the spread of viruses.