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Airing it Out: How Dental Offices Can Improve Safety and Patient Peace of Mind

By Marshal Sterio, Surgically Clean Air Inc. I July 29, 2021
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Employee Safety: Maintaining Health Measures post-COVID

By Marshal Sterio, Surgically Clean Air Inc. I July 30,2021

Protecting Dental Staff from The Most Hazardous Job in America

Dr. John McMahon DDS, December 2017

Stale Office Air is Making You Less Productive

Joseph G. Allen, March 2017

A scoping review on bio-aerosols in healthcare and the dental environment

Department of Preventative Dentistry, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands 2017

Important Role for Standalone Indoor Air Purification Systems

Volume 31, Number 2, Fall 2016

Hidden in Plain Sight

By Greenpeace, July 2016

Dental Aerosols: A Silent Hazard in Dentistry

International Journal of Science and Research, 2016

Athletes who get sick less often win more medals, study finds

By Alex Hutchinson

Aerosols in Dental Practice – A Neglected Infectious Vector

JSS Dental College and Hospital, JSS University, India 2016

Which Jobs are Most Damaging to Your Health – Dental

ANDY KIERSZ, November 2015

Associations of Cognitive Function Scores in Office Workers

By Joseph G. Allen, Piers MacNaughton, Usha Satish, Suresh Santanam, Jose Vallarino, John D. Spengler

World Health Organization – Air Pollution Is The World’s ‘Largest Single Environmental Risk’

By Indrani Basu

US Dept of Labor – Indoor Air Quality Investigation

Article by US Department of Labor
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Role of High-Efficiency Particulate Arrestor Filters in Control of Airborne Infections in Dental Clinics

Journal of Research in Dental Sciences, 2015

For NCAA Tournament Teams, Germs can be Toughest Opponents

By George Schroeder | USA TODAY Sports

The Open-Office Trap

Article by Maria Konnikova | The New Yorker Magazine | Published: January 7, 2014

Aerosol Contamination – A Hazard to Dentists

Department of Periodontics, Yenepoya Dental College, 2012

Going to Work Sick is Bad for Business

By Wendy Leung

A Pilot Study of Bioaerosol Reduction Using an Air Cleaning System During Dental Procedures

School of Dentistry, Cardiff University 2010

Airborne Microbial Contamination of Dental Units

School of Public Health, Shahid Beheshti University of Medical Sciences, Tehran-Iran, 2008

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