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  • Tags: Influenza

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Creator: Noti, John D., William G. Lindsley, Francoise M. Blachere, Gang Cao, Michael L. Kashon, Robert E. Thewlis, Cynthia M. McMillen, William P. King, Jonathan V. Szalajda, and Donald H. Beezhold.
Subject: Research
Item Type: Publication
Date Last Updated: 2012-06
Description: The potential for aerosol transmission of infectious influenza virus (ie, in healthcare facilities) is controversial. We constructed a simulated patient examination room that contained coughing and breathing manikins to determine whether coughed…

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Creator: Noti, John D., Francoise M. Blachere, Cynthia M. McMillen, William G. Lindsley, Michael L. Kashon, Denzil R. Slaughter, and Donald H. Beezhold.
Subject: Research
Item Type: Publication
Date Last Updated: 2013
Description: The role of relative humidity in the aerosol transmission of influenza was examined in a simulated examination room containing coughing and breathing manikins.

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Creator: Lindsley, William G., Jeffrey S. Reynolds, Jonathan V. Szalajda, John D. Noti, and Donald H. Beezhold.
Subject: Research
Item Type: Publication
Date Last Updated: 2013
Description: Aerosol particles expelled during human coughs are a potential pathway for infectious disease transmission. However, the importance of airborne transmission is unclear for many diseases.

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Creator: Lindsley, William G., Terri A. Pearce, Judith B. Hudnall, Kristina A. Davis, Stephen M. Davis, Melanie A. Fisher, Rashida Khakoo, Jan E. Palmer, Karen E. Clark, Ismail Celik, Christopher C. Coffey, Francoise M. Blachere, and Donald H. Beezhold.
Subject: Research
Item Type: Publication
Date Last Updated: 2012
Description: The question of whether influenza is transmitted to a significant degree by aerosols remains controversial, in part, because little is known about the quantity and size of potentially infectious airborne particles produced by people with influenza.

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Creator: Lindsley, William G., William P. King, Robert E. Thewlis, Jeffrey S. Reynolds, Kedar Panday, Gang Cao, and Jonathan V. Szalajda.
Subject: Research
Item Type: Publication
Date Last Updated: 2012
Description: Few studies have quantified the dispersion of potentially infectious bioaerosols produced by patients in the health care environment and the exposure of health care workers to these particles.

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Creator: Lindsley, William G., Francoise M. Blachere, Robert E. Thewlis, Abhishek Vishnu, Kristina A. Davis, Gang Cao, Jan E. Palmer, Karen E. Clark, Melanie A. Fisher, Rashida Khakoo, and Donald H. Beezhold.
Subject: Research
Item Type: Publication
Date Last Updated: 2010-11-30
Description: Influenza is thought to be communicated from person to person by multiple pathways. However, the relative importance of different routes of influenza transmission is unclear.

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Creator: Lindsley, William G., Francoise M. Blachere, Kristina A. Davis, Terri A. Pearce, Melanie A. Fisher, Rashida Khakoo, Stephen M. Davis, Mark E. Rogers, Robert E. Thewlis, Jose A. Posada, John B. Redrow, Ismail B. Celik, Bean T. Chen, and Donald H.…
Subject: Research
Item Type: Publication
Date Last Updated: 2010-03-01
Description: Considerable controversy exists with regard to whether influenza virus and respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) are spread by the inhalation of infectious airborne particles and about the importance of this route, compared with droplet or contact…