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N. 9 - Fungal Spore Control Ventilation (FSCV) in Hospital

The breathing of ambient concentration of airborne fungi for a normal person has no adverse effect on his health. The effects are adverse for the hospitalized patient with immune suppression: he is in fact susceptible to infections caused by naturally occurring airborne fungi that may grow at body temperature. The incidence of infections caused by fungi that were a few years ago considered only saprophytic has risen dramatically during the last decade.

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