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Remediation and Infection Control Considerations for Reopening Healthcare Facilities Closed Due to E

Monday, September 25, 2017   (0 Comments)

During a natural disaster, many hospitals may suffer water and wind damage; some may have standing water for an extended period of time due to flooding. Building structures, equipment, and supplies may be heavily contaminated with microorganisms such as mold, mold spores, and bacteria. Before reopening, hospitals must be evaluated to determine: 1) if the facility is damaged beyond repair and must be condemned; or 2) if the extent of the damage is such that the facility may be restored, repaired, and reopened.

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