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Symposium on Design and Function of the Operating Suite and Special Areas| August 1969
Ventilation and Air Conditioning as Bacteriologic Engineering
Carl W. Walter, M.D.
Carl W. Walter, M.D.
*Clinical Proefessor of Surgery, Harvard Medical School; Surgeon, Peter Bent Brigham Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts; Chairman, Committee on Hospitals, National Fire Protection Association.
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Anesthesiology August 1969, Vol. 31, 186–192.
Carl W. Walter; Ventilation and Air Conditioning as Bacteriologic Engineering. Anesthesiology 1969; 31:186–192 doi: https://doi.org/10.1097/00000542-196908000-00012
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