• "Life in a Germ-Free World":Isolating Life from the Laboratory Animal to the Bubble Boy
Figure 6. Containment bed isolator showing a patient in bed, a nurse in a half-suit, and the entry port on the supply trolley in use; (A) air supply unit, (B) supply trolley, (C) attachment sleeve, (D) half-suit, (E) supply air filter, (F) exhaust air filter. Source: P. C. Trexler, R. T. D. Emond, and B. Evans, "Negative-Pressure Plastic Isolator for Patients with Dangerous Infections," Brit. Med. J. 2 (1977): 559-61, 560.
Figure 6.

Containment bed isolator showing a patient in bed, a nurse in a half-suit, and the entry port on the supply trolley in use; (A) air supply unit, (B) supply trolley, (C) attachment sleeve, (D) half-suit, (E) supply air filter, (F) exhaust air filter. Source: P. C. Trexler, R. T. D. Emond, and B. Evans, "Negative-Pressure Plastic Isolator for Patients with Dangerous Infections," Brit. Med. J. 2 (1977): 559-61, 560.

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ISSN
1086-3176
Print ISSN
0007-5140
Pages
275
Launched on MUSE
2012-09-19
Open Access
Yes
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