Biohazard hood to prevent infection during microbiological procedures.

@article{Coriell1968BiohazardHT,
  title={Biohazard hood to prevent infection during microbiological procedures.},
  author={Lewis L. Coriell and G. Mcgarrity},
  journal={Applied microbiology},
  year={1968},
  volume={16 12},
  pages={1895-900}
}
A microbiological hood was designed to reduce the danger of airborne infection of laboratory workers. The hood uses absolute filters to deliver sterile air in a laminar flow to the work area. An air curtain across the hood opening permits easy access but separates the worker from aerosols produced in the hood, and protects material inside the hood from… CONTINUE READING