Noninvasive Ventilation Can Be Used Safely for Patients with COVID-19
When appropriate precautions (adequate room ventilation, use of total face masks, dual-limb circuits, and filters) are used, environmental contamination of SARS-CoV-2 during noninvasive ventilation is low. Noninvasive ventilation does not appear to increase the risk of COVID-19 infection for healthcare workers or patients when precautions are applied.
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