CDC issues tips for reusing N95 masks

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To keep health care providers safe, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has issued a collection of tips that guidelines for extending use, recommendations for extended use, reuse recommendations, and a look at the risks that reuse or extended use can carry.

The COVID-19 has stressed the personal protective equipment reserves of many hospitals and practices, leaving many to extend or reuse N95 masks.

To keep health care providers safe, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has issued a collection of tips that guidelines for extending use, recommendations for extended use, reuse recommendations, and a look at the risks that reuse or extended use can carry.

For more on the tips, see our sister publication Medical Economics for information.

 

 

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