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Journal: Indo American Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences (IAJPS) (Vol.04, No. 08)

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Page : 2681-2683

Keywords : Air pollution; hospital infection; control;

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Introduction:The number of microbes in the air varies based on the extent of industrial activities going on in a specific place; the more industrial a city is, the more susceptible to permanent pollution it is [more than 10000 per mm square].Hospital operation rooms must be free from any kind of microbe and, even, the number of phytochemicals should not exceed 20; however, each gram of hospital dust contains about 1,200,000 streptococcus pathogens. The densely populated areas of hospitals that are poorly ventilated and lighted are favorable conditions for the transmission of microbes. Methods: In this review article, the databases Medline, Cochrane, Science Direct, and Google Scholar were thoroughly searched to identify the studies Investigating the incidence and control of Air pollution and hospital infection. In this review, the papers published until early January 2017 that were conducted to study the Investigating the incidence and control of Air pollution and hospital infection were selected. Findings:It is difficult to determine the main sources of pathogenic flora; but, in general, it can be said that the population density of a specific spot, the presence of patients and the equipment used by them, and, any transport of objects causes the spread of pathogenic flora. Discussion and conclusion:Air pollution in hospitals is several times as important as other places. It often leads to the deaths of sick patients in hospitals. Therefore, we have to try to prevent the air pollution of hospitals by using air conditioning and health measures. Key words: Air pollution , hospital infection , control

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