Three years ago, if you would have asked me to describe health-care HVAC, I would have given the everyman answer: “We move ample air to prevent disease transmission. We control temperature and humidity very tightly to control mold and bacteria. We use high-efficiency filters and space pressure. We do all of this to reduce risks of cross-contamination and to keep patients safe.” I may even have noted 20 percent to 30 percent of hospital-acquired infections come from air, even ...

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