PULLMAN OFFICE 1205 SE Pro Mall Blvd Ste. 203 Pullman, WA 99163 Phone: (509) 332-6752 Fax: (509) 334-4517
• Oral exams for known high risk patients (AIDS, hepatitis B, tuberculosis) • Procedures involving high levels of spray, splatter and airborne particles • Ultrasonic scalers and high-speed aerosols • Air polishers and air-water syringes • Oral surgery (tooth extractions, maxo/facial reconstruction)
Surgical masks and HEPA (High Efficiency Particulate Air) filter masks. ... An example in this case would be Mycobacterium tuberculosis. The use of n95 filters has become popular in the population ...
Perinatal Hepatitis B Prevention Program Ensuring mothers, pregnant women and their sexual partners can get crucial testing and the Hepatitis B vaccine series for preventive measures. Tuberculosis Clinic Testing and X-ray referral services to patients who have been exposed or are at-risk of being exposed to the TB germ.
Jun 27, 2020 · tuberculosis (tb) is spread through the air, just like a cold or the flu. when someone who’s sick coughs, sneezes, talks, laughs, or sings, tiny droplets that contain the germs are released.
HEPA Vacuum Bag Mask: HEPA Vacuum bags are a better filter than bandanna but not as good as a true N95 mask. Unfortunately, there is a global shortage of N95 masks so these are your second best option. The material can be tricky to work with, it has a blue papery outer l…
Now you can have the same cleaning power at home for your CPAP mask and parts or other respiratory equipment. The benzyl ammonium chloride blend found in Control III is an effective disinfectant against biological agents such as hepatitis, HIV, and Influenza.
Airborne precautionsare used to prevent transmission of AirIDs, such as measles, chickenpox, and TB, which are transmitted by the airborne route. Precautions include wearing an N95 or higher level respirator, gloves, and gown and isolating the patient in a negative pressure airborne infection isolation room or area (AIIR).
Under the new certification criteria, respirators classified as either Type 100, 99, or 95 would be acceptable for worker protection against exposure to TB. The Type 95 which is commercially available and is considerably less expensive than a HEPA respirator is the minimally acceptable level of respiratory protection.