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Disinfection effect of chlorine dioxide on air quality control in Armed Forces General Hospital of Taiwan

@inproceedings{Hsieh2007DisinfectionEO,
  title={Disinfection effect of chlorine dioxide on air quality control in Armed Forces General Hospital of Taiwan},
  author={Mingyeh Hsieh and Kuen Song Lin and Ming-Jer Liou and Sheau Long Lee and C. K. Lai},
  year={2007}
}
Under the increasing threat of various global infectious diseases, the importance of epidemic prevention and air quality control in hospital is accented. Four disinfectants were prepared and tested to verify the disinfection effect of air environment in Taoyuan Armed Forces General Hospital (TAFGH). STB bleach powder (1417 ppm), Type 82 disinfectant (4877 ppm), NaOCl bleacher (1386 ppm) and chlorine dioxide disinfectant (193 ppm) were all capable to sterilize medical disposal of 3.2 × 10 CFU/mL… 

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Disinfection effect of chlorine dioxide on air quality control in Armed Forces General Hospital of Taiwan

The disinfection efficiency of chlorine dioxide in gas or solution phase is notably affirmative and available for the infection control of hospital.