Negative Pressure Rooms & Other Go-To Strategies for Maintaining Clean Air in the Operatory

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Friday, July 3, 2020Description :
As practices are ramping back up after a temporary shutdown, they are now faced with navigating how to implement and maintain a more rigorous approach to air and aerosol management. While there are a variety of devices, tools, and steps for managing air quality, the negative pressure room remains an option that many dentists are contemplating, especially for treating emergency patients. Join Dr. Mark Tholen, renowned dental office design expert, for an overview of negative pressure rooms and why and when they are used in the dental practice, as well as: •Retrofitting negative pressure rooms into existing practices, including mobile equipment options •Placement of negative pressure rooms in new buildings, including building requirements & HVAC considerations •Review of best practices learned from negative pressure rooms in hospitals, clean rooms, and research labs, and how this is adapted to the dental profession •Additional air management steps that practices are taking For more COVID-19 resources: Rely on Us. Learn more at Subscribe to our channel at Connect with us on: Facebook – Instagram – Twitter – LinkedIn –

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