“It often said that Hospitals are not the best place to be if you are ill”. As predominant aerobic bacteria, fungi and potential pathogenic organisms prevalent in the hospital environment. Often these germs and bacteria are bought into hospitals by the patients. So, no matter how careful a facility is about disinfecting surfaces, new germs and bacteria are introduced on a daily basis, often evolving beyond the effectiveness of current antibiotics.
It is very important to maintain good indoor
air quality (IAQ) in Operation Rooms to ensure health and safety
for the patient and surgical team. A significant consideration
in Operation Theatres is the control of aerosols, anesthesia
gases and smoke. Aerosols are solid and liquid particles.