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AIA (American Institute of Architect) guidelines « The guidelines for Design and Construction of Hospital and Health Care Facilities » 2001
In summary it states:
The number of isolation rooms or airborne infection isolation rooms or protective environment rooms requirements for particular service areas throughout a facility should be predicated on an ?infection control risk assessment? or by a multidisciplinary group designated for that purpose, and based on the needs of specific community and patient populations served by an individual organization. This process ensures a more accurate determination of environmentally safe and appropriate room types for the organization.
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Ramona Rodrigues M.Sc(A), CIC.