According to the FDA,” Health care providers should-Check the 3D-printed mask‘s seal for leaks, Confirm that they can breathe through any makeshift filter materials, Exercise caution in surgical environments where the need for liquid barrier protection and flammability is a concern. Recognize that the mask may not provide air filtration enough to prevent transmission of infectious agents.
Safely dispose of infectious materials and disinfect any part they intend to reuse.”
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