Published in 1973: A cardinal objective of this book is to present the current state-of-the-art technology of laminar airflow, as related to its biological use, in order to make the principles, the applications, and the testing methods readily understandable to medically and microbiologically oriented people.
Table of Contents
1. Background 2. Basic Principles of Laminar Airflow 3. Methods of Evaluation 4. Major Applications of Laminar Flow in Biomedicine 5. Practical Aspects of Laminar Airflow Equipment 6. Conclusion
G. Briggs Phillips, Ph.D., is Vice President for Scientific Affairs, The Health Industry Manufacturers Association, Washington, D.C., and its adjunct Associate Professor in the Department of Parasitology and Laboratory Practice at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, North Carolina.
Robert S. Runkle., Vice President, operations at BBL Microsystems, Division of Becton, Dickinson and Company, Cockeysville, Maryland and a Consultant in the fields of contamination control and laboratoty safety design.