Over the past two decades, there has been a substantial increase in the usage of latex products, accompanied by a growing incidence of latex allergies, particularly in healthcare settings. Allergic reactions to latex can range from mild to severe, and even be fatal in some cases. Latex allergy symptoms include skin irritation, runny nose, rash, and difficulty breathing.
This issue is especially critical for children undergoing poly operations, such as Spina bifida patients and healthcare professionals frequently exposed to latex allergens.
In this application note, discover how the Coriolis µ has been employed to collect various latex airborne particles to provide valuable insights into the presence of specific airborne microorganisms.