Dentists, staff and their patients are exposed to potentially dangerous airborne contaminants from the various chemical compounds used in dental work. Especially for dental staff, this daily exposure is a very real concern because of the significantly higher level of contact on a regular basis.
- Microorganisms High-speed drills and ultrasonic scaling equipment generate fine droplets containing easily inhaled bacteria and viruses
- Mercury Vapours Accumulated over years of on-going usage, vapours from amalgam fillings can lead to greater than average levels of inorganic mercury (Hg)
- Chemical Disinfectants May cause irritation and have a sensitizing potential, especially for staff, while creating commonly disagreeable odours
Air quality in healthcare facilities is a necessary component of today’s airborne hygiene procedures and occupational health and safety requirements. In addition, improved air quality makes economic sense as a preventative infection control measure.
- Airborne Infection Control Airborne pathogens from bacteria, viruses, fungal spores cause a great number of diseases and infections
- Hospital Acquired Infections Nosocomial infections has serious consequences for increased illness, length of hospital stay, patient mortality and overall costs
- Chemical Compound & Odour Control Filtration, pressure differentials, and containment of chemical compounds and unpleasant odours provide a safer and more agreeable working environment
Clinicair is proud to offer a specially selected suite of the latest medical-grade products to identify and resolve IAQ problems in dental and healthcare facilities.
To find out more about Clinicair commercial IAQ assessment,
please telephone 647-777-1044 (toll free 1-877-318-3588)
or contact us by email today.
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