Negative pressure isolation rooms in the hospital are one of the ways to control the airborne infectious disease from spreading to the rest of the ward. In the time of the COVID-19 pandemic, these rooms are increasingly being used to isolate COVID-19 patients. Understanding how the negative pressure isolation function is important for all healthcare workers. In this short video, Professor Dr Victor Hoe, explain the functioning of the negative pressure isolation rooms in one of the wards in the University Malaya Medical Centre, Malaysia.
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