Quick Reference: AIIR and Isolation Room Precautions
The SARS outbreak in 2003 led to a significant CDC guideline update for isolation precautions. The isolation room guidelines below are especially relevant in the wake of the pandemic.
For Heads of Infection Prevention
This guideline includes details for Transmission based precautions for Airborne Infection.
- 2007 Guideline for Isolation Precautions (CDC). Sections relevant to Anteroom, and Airborn Infection Isolation Rooms (AIIR) include: I.B.4, V.D.2, V.D.5, and VI.F.4.c.
For Chief Operating and Chief Nursing Officers
For Engineers and Facilities Managers
Provides guidance on environmental controls and temporary setup for mitigating risks of airborne infectious diseases in healthcare settings.
For State and Local Emergency Response Officials
See section: 11, Non-Pharmaceutical Interventions, under Capabilities (page 102).
Preparing for the Next Public Health Outbreak
Guidelines evolve. So do the solutions best suited to addressing the next public health emergency.
When containing infectious agents through the rapid deployment of isolation matters most, our award-winning temporary containment systems ensure you’ll be prepared.
- Rapid Setup: Simple interlocking components designed for rapid set-up. 10′ x 10′ room in 10-15 minutes.
- Instant Isolation Containment: Exceeds ICRA Class IV and ASTM E-84 requirements.
- Quickly Reconfigure & Expand Depending on Needs: Panels in five size ranges; Negative air panels. Over 100 accessories to customize for your facility.
COVID-19 Enhanced Cleaning Protocols for STARC Wall Systems
We’ve published new procedures to follow when moving RealWall™, LiteBarrier™ and FireblockWall™ components. These procedures should be followed when moving or removing our temporary containment systems within one or more locations. These updates apply to all of our wall panels, doors and accessories.
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