NIOSH study to examine aerosol transmission of flu

OSHA Healthcare Connection, January 4, 2011

Remember all the concern during last year’s flu pandemic about the possibility of airborne transmission of flu, which resulted in the increased use of fit-tested N95 respirators?

NIOSH considers airborne transmission a big enough risk to launch a new study.

Read about it in the featured post of the OSHA Healthcare Advisor.

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