Figure H.1. Two views of the single-storey tuberculosis inpatient ward; the perimeters are free from obstruction, allowing natural ventilation throughout the year.

Figure H.1Two views of the single-storey tuberculosis inpatient ward; the perimeters are free from obstruction, allowing natural ventilation throughout the year

From: Annex H, Natural ventilation example III: Tuberculosis Control Unit, Tan Tock Seng Hospital, Singapore

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Natural Ventilation for Infection Control in Health-Care Settings.
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