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<p>Citing increased risk to healthcare workers and patients, the Food and Drug Administration&nbsp;has revoked emergency use authorization for barrier enclosure devices that cover a COVID-19 patient&rsquo;s head and upper body during aerosol&#8208;generating procedures such as tracheal intubation.</p>

FDA: Barrier Enclosures for Aerosol-Generating Procedures May Increase Risk to HCPs

Agency revokes EUA for those without negative pressure design