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Airborne transmission of germs are not to be taken lightly as they could cause severe health issues and at times life threatening. The threat of airborne infections do not exist only in outdoors, it exists in Indoors as well. Due to close contact and poor ventilation, Indoor spread of airborne infections are considerably high.
People can catch some diseases simply by breathing. These are called airborne diseases. Airborne disease can spread when people with certain infections cough, sneeze, or talk, spewing nasal and throat secretions into the air. Some viruses or bacteria take flight and hang in the air or land on other people or surfaces.
Airborne can be used to describe any size particle (e.g., droplet, dust, pollen) capable of travel through the air. For respiratory droplets, that can include droplets that are close to the source and those that have moved farther away.
Airborne transmission is infection spread through exposure to those virus-containing respiratory droplets comprised of smaller droplets and particles that can remain suspended in the air over long distances (usually greater than 6 feet) and time (typically hours).
Risk of airborne transmissions are high under below circumstances
So many human lives are lost to deadly airborne diseases every year worldwide. Having a proper air sanitation device used along with Air Handling Units of the buildings can help reducing the risk of airborne infections. An air purification device with pathogen elimination capability would be the ideal device to mitigate the risk of airborne transmissions.
DOKAT Air Purifiers with the combined power of UV & Ion help eliminating germs in the Indoor Air.
Common Airborne Diseases
|Acute Respiratory Diseases||TB - Mycobacterium Tuberculosis||Aspergillus|
|Adenovirus||Whooping Cough / Pertussis||Cladosporium|
|Rota virus||Haemophiles Influenza B Epiglottis Meningitis||Famitco|
|Norovirus||Meningococcus (Neisseria Meningitidis)||Histoplasmosis|
|Adenovirus||Legionella - Legionnaires disease||Stachybotrys|
|Respiratory syncytial virus||Pontiac fever||Absidia|
|Seasonal Flu||Mycoplasma pneumonia||Fusarium|
|Chicken Pox (Shingles)||Anthrax||Cryptococcosis|
|Mononucleosis (EB Virus)||Fungal Pneumonia|
|SARS - Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome|
|MERS - Middle East Respiratory Syndrome|
|COVID19 - CoronaVirusDisease2019|