Evaluation of Chlorine Dioxide in Potable Water Systems for Legionella Control in an Acute Care Hospital Environment

This study, conducted at the Johns Hopkins Hospital in 1999, sought to evaluate the safety and efficacy of chlorine dioxide for the control of Legionella in a potable water system in an acute care hospital environment. It expands to discuss the installation and operational challenges experienced as well.

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