Controlling Legionella in Hospital Drinking Water: An Evidence-Based Review

This peer review, originally published in Infection Control and Hospital Epidemiology, seeks to evaluate the systemic disinfection methods of copper-silver ionization, chlorine dioxide, monochloramine, ultraviolet light, hyperchlorination, short-term disinfection methods, superheat and flush with or without hyperchlorination, and point-of-use filtration for the control of Legionella.

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