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L or larger did not exceed 100 per cu. feet of air. ) test. By multiple microbiological studies it was shown that the air in laminar flow rooms was free of bacteria [1, 10, 11, 12, 32] and even of viruses . These findings led to the application of the laminar flow principle in pharmacy, in microbiological laboratories [20, 29] and in medicine [14,21,23,34]. The application of laminar flow in barrier nursing has two advantages above the blowing of filtered air in standard cubicles. Firstly the concentration of microorganisms in the air at the patient's site is extremely low because of the high turnover and the use of sterile air.
Table 6. Diets used in National Cancer Institute patient protection studies I. Sterile diet A. Steam autoclaved meats, vegetables, milk, eggs B. Canned Foods C. Excludes: salads, fresh fruits and vegetables II. "Cooked food" diet A. B. C. D. E. Well-done cooked meats Cooked vegetables and eggs Coffee, tea, and autoclaved milk Canned fruits and juices Excludes: cream, frozen foods, fresh fruits and vegetables, rare meats, raw eggs III. Regular diet A. Standard hospital diet B. Fresh fruits, vegetables, pasteurized milk C.
Aseptic Environments and Cancer Treatment by Georges Mathé (auth.), Georges Mathé (eds.)