Duct Care In Intensive Care

A city centre acute hospital in the north of the country recently took the opportunity to clean its ventilation systems.

The pressure to provide an on demand 24/7 service often means that routine maintenance on the supply and extract ductwork cannot be completed.

What cannot be denied is that patients in a critical condition need a consistent supply of clean air to compliment the care being offered by nursing staff.

The photographs demonstrate what can build up within a system over time restricting airflow thus providing a breeding ground for bacteria and what can be achieved with a good dose of “Ductbusters Care”.

 


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