DESIGN OF CLEAN ROOMS A CLASSIFIED LIST OF SE LECTED REFERENCES, 1955-1963.
NATIONAL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH BETHESDA MD
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The subject of clean room design, construction and maintenance has appeared in the literature only within the last decade. Requirements for components for the space program have resulted in rooms many times cleaner than the present day hospital operating room. The attention of health-research-oriented personnel has been drawn to the clean room problem, since solutions to the problem of achieving microscopically clean air may be applied to the design of surgical suites, sterile rooms, germfree animal quarters, virol ogy, bacteriology and tissue culture labora tories, etc. Emphasis in compiling this list has been on the biomedical applications. Author