Different Types of Door-Opening Motions as Contributing Factors to Containment Failures in Hospital Isolation Rooms

The authors conducted experiments with different types of doors to assess which allowed the most air into and out of rooms to determine the type of door(s) that hospitals should use for isolation rooms. The effect of human movement on air flow when operating the doors was also examined. The authors contend that sliding doors are the most effective.
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