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Results for Query ‹ Airborne disease risk

Aerobiology and Its Role in the Transmission of Infectious Diseases – 1. Introduction

Recognition of aerosol transmission of infectious agents: a commentary – Conclusions

Transmission of Influenza A in a Student Office Based on Realistic Person-to-Person Contact and Surface Touch Behaviour – 2.4. Close Contact

Surveillance of Airborne Adenovirus and Mycoplasma pneumoniae in a Hospital Pediatric Department – Discussion

What was the primary mode of smallpox transmission? Implications for biodefense – Animal models

Recognition of aerosol transmission of infectious agents: a commentary – Influenza

Design and Validation with Influenza A Virus of an Aerosol Transmission Chamber for Ferrets – 1. Introduction

Transmission of Influenza A in a Student Office Based on Realistic Person-to-Person Contact and Surface Touch Behaviour – 3.1. Spatio-Temporal Virus Distribution

What was the primary mode of smallpox transmission? Implications for biodefense – The paradox of mucosal infection

Surveillance of Airborne Adenovirus and Mycoplasma pneumoniae in a Hospital Pediatric Department – Results

Identify-Isolate-Inform: A Modified Tool for Initial Detection and Management of Middle East Respiratory Syndrome Patients in the Emergency Department – Transmission

Aerobiology and Its Role in the Transmission of Infectious Diseases – 3. Common Origins of Droplet and Airborne Infections

Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus: review of the current situation in the world – National preparedness plans and public health response for MERS-CoV infection

In China, Students in Crowded Dormitories with a Low Ventilation Rate Have More Common Colds: Evidence for Airborne Transmission – Conclusion

Identify-Isolate-Inform: A Modified Tool for Initial Detection and Management of Middle East Respiratory Syndrome Patients in the Emergency Department – Prevention

Monitoring for airborne respiratory viruses in a general pediatric ward in Singapore – Conclusions

Detection of Common Respiratory Viruses and Mycoplasma pneumoniae in Patient-Occupied Rooms in Pediatric Wards – INTRODUCTION

Airborne or Fomite Transmission for Norovirus? A Case Study Revisited – 3.2. Fitness between Predicted Infection Risk and Reported Attack Rates

Nosocomial Transmission of Emerging Viruses via Aerosol-Generating Medical Procedures – 1. Introduction

Detection of Common Respiratory Viruses and Mycoplasma pneumoniae in Patient-Occupied Rooms in Pediatric Wards – Patient Enrollment and Sampling Locations

Nosocomial Transmission of Emerging Viruses via Aerosol-Generating Medical Procedures – 2. Aerosol-Generating Medical Procedures

Concentration, Size Distribution, and Infectivity of Airborne Particles Carrying Swine Viruses – Introduction

Bioaerosol Sampling for Respiratory Viruses in Singapore’s Mass Rapid Transit Network – Declarations

Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus: review of the current situation in the world – Infection control

Escalating infection control response to the rapidly evolving epidemiology of the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) due to SARS-CoV-2 in Hong Kong – Investigating possible nosocomial transmission of SARS-CoV-2