Understanding the Difference Between Airborne and Droplet …
Apr 10, 2020 · When airborne transmission is known, the isolation protocols are stricter. Precautions include wearing an N95 or higher level respirator, eye covering, gloves, and gown, and if possible, isolating the patient in a negative pressure airborne infection isolation room. Other diseases requiring airborne precautions include measles, chickenpox, and TB.
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