Summary of: a pilot study of bioaerosol reduction using an air cleaning system during dental procedures.

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Background Bioaerosols are defined as airborne particles of liquid or volatile compounds that contain living organisms or have been released from living organisms. The creation of bioaerosols is a recognized consequence of certain types of dental treatment and represents a potential mechanism for the spread of infection.

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  • C Pankhurst

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