Ventilation considerations for the removal of biological nanoparticles generated during drilling processes
by David Wayne Goodman, Monica Rodriguez, Rodney Handy, Mark Jackson
International Journal of Manufacturing Research (IJMR), Vol. 2, No. 2, 2007

Abstract: The paper analyses ventilation system design considerations with respect to biological nanoparticle emissions for medical drilling applications into teeth and bones. The study evaluates several characteristics of a commercial laminar flow ventilation system to determine the effects of medical worker exposure in the breathing zone with and without the ventilation system.

Online publication date: Sat, 21-Jul-2007

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