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Catheterisation carries a significant risk of infection. Catheter and drainage system design should reduce this risk. No one system will suit all users; new designs need extensive trials in use.
The use of powders, composed of a mixture of a chlorine-releasing agent with highly absorbent acrylic resin, for disinfecting body fluid spills was evaluated by laboratory tests. 'Encap' and 'Red Z'… Continue Reading
The way the atrium has been used in large commercial buildings has made a signi cant impact on urban design during the last three decades. Sometimes it has brought innovative lighting design into… Continue Reading
The use of chlorine-containing granules for disinfecting body fluid spills has been evaluated by hospital trials and laboratory tests. Hospital trials were carried out by nurses using 'Presept'… Continue Reading
The work undertaken here has provided a modi cation to the Hopkinson–Cornell glare formula for large area sources. As the authors admit it ‘applies to one internal experimental set-up only and two… Continue Reading