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Providing Clean Air for Patients, Providers, Staff, and Others


Give patients peace of mind with improved indoor air quality for your healthcare or medical facility

Indoor air quality has been a focus in healthcare settings due to aerosols from procedures, patients with airborne viruses, and a need to disinfect not only surfaces, but also the air.

Along with keeping your practice germ free, the COVID-19 virus has introduced another layer of complexity to keeping patients safe.

Even when you're working hard to ensure a clean environment through regular and frequent cleaning of equipment and surfaces, there’s another critical step: installing the right kind of technology and protocols to ensure a clean environment and the protection of your patients and others. This whitepaper from Blueair provides everything you need to make informed choices about ensuring a safe indoor environment, including:

  • 7 key factors for assessing solutions
  • Practical improvements that fit your budget
  • Communication to give everyone peace of mind

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