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Relationships between indoor environments and nasal inflammation in nursing personnel

Author(s): Smedbold, H.T., Ahlen, C., Unimed, S., Nilsen, A.M., Norbaeck, D., Hilt, B.

Factors that support and do not support the staying of mothers in a hospital pediatric unit

Author(s): Siqueira Lda, S., Sigaud, C.H., Rezende, M.A.

Wood Materials Used As a Means to Reduce Greenhouse Gases (GHGs): An Examination of Wooden Utility Poles

Author(s): Sedjo, R.A.

Bioterrorism preparedness the emergency department and hospital

Author(s): Schultz, C.H., Mothershead, J.L., Field, M.

Environmental health in the health care setting

Author(s): Sattler, B.

Code toilet or not code toilet: That is the question.

Author(s): Sanford, J.

Designing a Defense: Using Architectural Elements to Help Reduce Contact Infection Risks

Author(s): Sandrick, K.

Risk factors for hospital-acquired infections in the neonatal intensive care unit

Author(s): Saiman, L.

Masking of Neutropenic Patients on Transport From Hospital Rooms Is Associated With a Decrease in Nosocomial Aspergillosis During Construction

Author(s): Raad, I., Hanna, H., Osting, C., Hachem, R., Umphrey, J., Tarrand, J., Kantarjian, H., Bodey, G.P.

Changing levels of quiet in an intensive care nursery

Author(s): Philbin, M.K., Gray, L.