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Reverse isolation chamber

Summary Information: Reverse isolation chamber

Reverse isolation chamber: A reverse isolation chamber is a hospital room engineered to maintain clean, pressurized air and to block entry of infectious or harmful agents. The room is meant for a burned or immunosuppressed patient.

Diseases Related To Medical Device: Reverse isolation chamber

These diseases are related to the medical device Reverse isolation chamber:

  • To maintain clean environment for immunosuppressed patient
  • To maintain clean environment for burn patient

Other Names For Reverse isolation chamber

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