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Face Shields for Infection Control: A Review
Raymond J. Roberge, MD, MPH
1. Face shields can be used alone for protection from body fluids (saliva, etc.) in some situations where there is a possibility of infectious disease from splash or spatter. True or False?
The Simultaneous Mass and Energy Evaporation (SM2E) Model
Rehan Choudhary and Jeffery B. Klauda
Factors Associated with Biosafety Level-2 Research Workers’ Laboratory Exit Hand Washing Behaviors and Glove Removal Compliance
James D. Johnston, Ray M. Merrill, Grant C. Zimmerman, Scott C. Collingwood and James C. Reading
Temporal Changes in Filtering-facepiece Respirator Fit
Ziqing Zhuang, Michael Bergman, Elizabeth Brochu, Andrew Palmiero, George Niezgoda, Xinjian He, Raymond Roberge and Ronald Shaffer
Sampling and Analysis Method for Measuring Airborne Coal Dust Mass in Mixtures with Limestone (Rock) Dust
T.L. Barone, J.R. Patts S.J. Janisko, J.F. Colinet, L.D. Patts, T.W. Beck and S.E. Mischler
Effects of Hydrotreated Vegetable Oil on Emissions of Aerosols and Gases from Light-duty and Medium-duty Older Technology Engines
Aleksandar D. Bugarski, Jon A. Hummer and Shawn Vanderslice
Quantification of Nanoparticle Release from Polymer Nanocomposite Coatings due to Environmental Stressing
Yeon Seok Kim, Rick Davis, Nasir Uddin, Marc Nyden and Savelas A. Rabb
Deadline for answers is April 30, 2016.
Answers will be available online on May 13, 2016.