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Outline Room conditions and patient outcomes, 1 Overlap between engineering and medicine. Our study to test the impact of the building on, PRESENTATION. occupant health TITLE PRESENTATION TITLE, Monitor indoor Map bacterial Track patient. conditions in 10 communities in infections acquired. PRESENTER PRESENTER, 3 patient rooms these spaces while in the hospital. Dry building syndrome, 4 Conclusions and best practices a 12 month study.
The hospital building Data collected from the patient room. Staff hand, RAC Traffic beam breaks, Built 2013 LEED Silver hygiene. Temperature, 1 2 million sq feet RH absolute, 111 484 sq meters. PRESENTATION TITLE, 100 000 sq feet per floor PRESENTATION TITLE. Lux Outdoor air, 9 290 sq meters, PRESENTER PRESENTER. 240 single occupancy CO2, inpatient rooms DATE DATE pressurization.
Green roof, As indoor RH went down the patient, Examples of new patient infections infection rate went up. Patient Room Clinical symptoms HAI Organisms if indicated. xx xx pneumonia viremia Pseudomonas Epstein Barr virus EBV. xx xx pneumonia Staphylococcus aureus, xx xx open wound of head neck and trunk. xx xx bacteremia organism unspecified Citrobacter infection Avg RH for all 10. xx xx infection due to vascular device, patient rooms. xx xx cellulitis Staphylococcus aureus, PRESENTATION TITLE PRESENTATION TITLE. xx xx sepsis cellulitis abscess, xx xx bacteremia organism unspecified.
xx xx pneumonia organism unspecified, xx xx fever bacteremia organism unspecified. xx xx viremia Cytomegalovirus CMV, xx xx PRESENTER. wound infection after surgery PRESENTER, xx xx urosepsis organism unspecified. xx xx DATE, sepsis following cardiac surgery DATE, xx xx pneumonia organism unspecified. xx xx infection of skin and subcutaneous tissue, xx xx colitis and diarrhea Clostridium difficile.
xx xx wound infection after surgery, xx xx urosepsis organism unspecified. xx xx diarrhea salmonella enteritis, This file is licensed to ASHRAE Member member ashrae org This download was made available with support from Yaskawa Copyright AS. SPSS analysis of relationships between indoor, conditions and infections Outline. 1 Overlap between engineering and medicine, Coefficientsa. Standardized, Coefficients, A new study to test the impact of the building on.
PRESENTATION TITLE, 1 Constant, PRESENTATION, occupant health TITLE. Avg Hum Ratio 7 563 2 386 021, PRESENTER PRESENTER. 3 Dry building syndrome, 4 Conclusions and best practices. The invisible world Low RH is harmful Dry Building Syndrome. In air with 20 RH an inactive 50 kg 110 lb person loses 1 2. body weight in 8 hrs becoming clinically dehydrated before thirst. This mild dehydration results in, PRESENTATION TITLE PRESENTATION TITLE. PRESENTER PRESENTER, DATE Impaired immunity DATEskin.
Breached Diminished brain, increased infections barrier delayed function. wound healing performance, Dry Building Syndrome increases infections Will this cough infect others. PRESENTATION TITLE PRESENTATION TITLE, PRESENTER PRESENTER. This file is licensed to ASHRAE Member member ashrae org This download was made available with support from Yaskawa Copyright AS. Low indoor RH shrinks aerosolized droplets, Thermodynamic and kinetic changes in infectious droplets. promoting greater pathogen spread, 34 36 C 93 99 F 20 24 C 68 75 F.
HUMAN AIR HUMIDIFIED ROOM AIR, Droplet diameter in microns um Float time. 95 RH 50 RH, 0 5 H2O ENERGY AND, 1 41 hours MASS TRANSFER. KINETIC MOVEMENT, 3 thermal buoyancy, PRESENTATION TITLE10 1 5 hours PRESENTATION TITLE Evaporation. condensation, trajectory, PRESENTER PRESENTER, heat transfer. expulsion natural or forced, DATE convection, DATE force of gravity.
100 6 seconds, 1meter 10 meters, Distance travelled. 3 3 ft 33 0 ft, Thermodynamic and kinetic changes in infectious droplets. Indoor air with RH 40 promotes pathogen, transmission in tiny aerosolized droplets. 34 36 C 93 99 F 20 24 C 68 75 F, HUMAN AIR DRY ROOM AIR. 95 RH 20 RH, Ventilation duct, H2O ENERGY AND, KINETIC MOVEMENT.
MASS TRANSFER Pathogens circulate through, the ventilation system. thermal buoyancy Droplets carrying bacteria or virus. PRESENTATION TITLE PRESENTATION TITLE, are expelled into the hospital. Evaporation Infectious droplets spread, environment and dried rapidly. condensation disease to in patients HAIs, trajectory. PRESENTER PRESENTER, Recirculate in turbulent flow.
heat transfer, expulsion natural or forced, convection. DATE force of gravity DATE, Re contaminate hands and. With RH of 40 60 infectious droplets settle Viability of many pathogens is reduced in. out of the air within a short distance of the source air with RH 40 60. Ventilation Duct, Bacteria or virus are Humidity above 40 inactivates 80. of Influenza Viruses within 15 minutes, expelled into the. hospital environment, in droplets Bedrails and other frequently touched.
surfaces are more effectively cleaned 90, Hand hygiene is maintained 80 23. Settled infectious droplets are not re, PRESENTATION TITLE PRESENTATION TITLE. Virus Viability, suspended Airborne spread to, other in patients is 60. halted resulting in, fewer HAIs, PRESENTER 40 PRESENTER. Pathogens are removed from, surfaces during room cleaning 10.
1 2 meters 3 6 feet 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80, rel Humidity. High Humidity Leads to Loss of Infectious Virus from Simulated Coughs U Illinois 2013. J Noti et al, When the Patient Room RH is maintained at a comfortable RH of 40 60 infectious. droplets settle quickly and are removed by effective room cleaning greatly decreasing. airborne spread to other patients and mechanical systems. This file is licensed to ASHRAE Member member ashrae org This download was made available with support from Yaskawa Copyright AS. Appropriate humidity supports cell hydration Children and seniors are especially vulnerable. needed for respiratory defense mechanisms to the ill health effects of low RH. Key functions of respiratory cells, Cilia wash particles away from delicate. lung tissue, Mucus layer allows healthy immune Children Seniors. modulation to reduce allergic reactions, PRESENTATION TITLE Mucous from goblet cells trap pathogens.
PRESENTATION TITLE, Delicate fluid balance, Higher water loss through. Sense of thirst is reduced, and thus unreliable in. preventing dehydration, No self control over fluid Bedridden people have. Dry inhaled air causes input PRESENTER little autonomy. No control of clothing Seniors often limit drinking. Increased susceptibility to infections DATE in order to reduce toilet. Increased wheezing from allergic disease visits, Non active people often. forget to drink, Dry Building Syndrome affects our brain Dry Building Syndrome harms our skin.
30 RH 50 RH, Skin functions are impaired, PRESENTATION TITLE PRESENTATION TITLE. wound healing, immune system training, protection from injury. PRESENTER protection from infections, preserving internal water. Dry Building Syndrome harms our skin Dry weather reliably predicts meningitis outbreaks. Dry air harms skin, PRESENTATION TITLE well hydrated. PRESENTATION TITLE, PRESENTER PRESENTER, dehydrated.
This file is licensed to ASHRAE Member member ashrae org This download was made available with support from Yaskawa Copyright AS. Dry weather reliably predicts meningitis outbreaks Outline. Bacteria spread when the, outdoor humidity is low 1 Overlap between engineering and medicine. Once the humidity exceeds, 40 the epidemic ends, A new study to test the impact of the building on. PRESENTATION TITLE 2, PRESENTATION, occupant health TITLE. PRESENTER PRESENTER, Dry building syndrome, 4 Conclusions and best practices. The optimum indoor air RH 40 is the new 20 Things in the air that affect our health. Protection Protection VOC Mycotoxin Allergen Virus Mold Bacteria Mold Pollen Mite Mite. Building Occupants fragment spore feces, RH 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100.
PRESENTATION TITLE, Buildings don t care about humidity. Occupants need RH 40 60 RH, for optimal health, PRESENTATION TITLE. Decreased infections Diameter, drier the better, Facility managers often think the 0 0001. 0 001 0 01 0 1, PRESENTER 1 10 100 1000, Fewer allergies. 15 13 8 MERV rating, Improve the envelope construction DATE Improved hydration DATE.
Test and validate insulation Improved wound healing blood alveolus bronchial tube sinus skin Landing site. Increased work performance, gaseous particles or droplets large and small skin contact Transmission. We need to maintain maximum AND minimum They care about water activity. PRESENTATION TITLE PRESENTATION TITLE, air humidity. boundary surface, PRESENTER PRESENTER, water declared as. This file is licensed to ASHRAE Member member ashrae org This download was made available with support from Yaskawa Copyright AS. good insulation properties bad insulation properties. Conclusions, outside building boundary room air outside building boundary room air. shell layer shell layer, 10 C 20 C 72 F 10 C 6 C 72 F.
New data correlates low indoor RH with occupant, 14 F 68F 14 F 43F. 0 8 illness and decreased productivity, PRESENTATION TITLE. R value 2 0 W m2K R value 0 25 W m2K PRESENTATION TITLE. Building codes should enforce both minimum and, identical outside and inside air temperatures the different results in the inner surface maximum indoor RH levels. temperature of the wall PRESENTER, DATECondensation on the wall starts with a rel DATE. humidity of 35 percent With 6 C 43 F, Condensation on the wall starts with a the surface temperature of the wall.
rel humidity of 95 percent reaches dew point temperature. Bibliography QUESTIONS, John D Noti Francoise M Blachere Cynthia M McMillen William G Lindsley. Michael L Kashon Denzil R Slaughter Donald H Beezhold 2013 High Humidity. Leads to Loss of Infectious Virus from Simulated Coughs University of Illinois. Kempton MJ Ettinger U Foster R Williams SC Calvert GA Hampshire A Zelaya. FO O Gorman RL McMorris T Owen AM Smith MS 2011 Dehydration affects. brain structure and function in healthy adolescents National Center for. Biotechnology Information U S National Library of Medicine. PRESENTATION TITLE, E M Sterling A Arundel T D Sterling 1985 Criteria for Human Exposure to. Humidity in Occupied Buildings ASHRAE Transactions Vol 91 Part 1. PRESENTATION TITLE, Stephanie Taylor MD M Arch FRSPH UK MCABE. PRESENTER MD taylorcx com, This file is licensed to ASHRAE Member member ashrae org This download was made available with support from Yaskawa Copyright AS. 2017 Winter Conference Stephanie Taylor MD Taylor Healthcare Consulting MD taylorcx com phone 860 501 8950 Updating Scientific Evidence about the Effects of Low Humidity on People Las Vegas Nevada Seminar 1 PRESENTATION TITLE PRESENTER DATE Learning Objectives Understand the effects of humidity on health comfort and IAQ

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