For some people, there’s nothing like fresh mountain air. For others, nothing beats breathing deeply in a clean ocean breeze.
But in today’s clinical lab, mountain air or an ocean breeze might not be so fresh and so clean as the air quality in a lab is held to some of the strictest controls on the planet.
In this white paper, we’ll dig into a few factors around lab air quality: internal factors you can most often control—and external factors which you most often cannot—particle counting, sensors, and the tools and techniques clinical lab managers are using to monitor and maintain proper air quality within their labs.
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