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Environmentally Benign Medical Protective Textiles
A NSF - MUSES STUDY
University of California
Davis, One Shields Avenue
Davis, CA 95616
Phone (530) 754-7298
FAX: (530) 752-7584

Workshops

NSF - MUSES Workshop

S.T.A.M.P Conference
& Workshop



Gang Sun - UC Davis
> Introduction
> Biocidal Technology for Reusable and Disposable Textiles


Margaret Rucker - UC Davis
> Materials Use: Science, Engineering, and Society


Susan Kaiser - UC Davis
> Breaking Down the Binaries


Mark Nicas - UC Berkeley
> Infection Risk Modeling


Michael Overcash - North Carolina State University
> Life Cycle Research and Medical Textiles


Steve Kubo - California Department of Health Services
> Hospital Pollution Prevention


Peter Brown - W.L. Gore & Associates Inc.
> Barrier Performancing According to AAMI PB70


Brad Bushman - Standard Textile
> Reusable Barrier Fabrics: Design, Function and Use


Michael Scholla - Association of the Nonwoven Fabrics Industry
> Muses Presentation


Roger Cocivera - Textile Rental Service Association
> Reusables vs. Disposables










Celia Ponder - North Carolina State University

>Cradle-to-Use Life Cycle Inventory of Medical Gowns

> Using Life Cycle Analysis to Evaluate the Environmental Benefits of
Using Biocidal Medical Garments



Gang Sun - University of California, Davis

>Photo-Induced Antibacterial Agents and Potential Applications

>Biological Protective Performance of Medical Textiles



Chao Liu, Xiangyu Jin-Donghua University, China

>Antibacterial Melt Blown PP -g- NDAM Nonwoven



Wenwei Liu, Lu Wang - Donghua University, China

>The surgical gowns in Chinses Hospitals



Margaret Rucker - University of California, Davis

>Prediction of Medical Waste from Selected Hospital Statistics



Joanne Brasch - University of California, Davis

>Factors Influencing Healthcare Workers' Opinions about Protective
Clothing and Drapes in the Operating Room




Susan Kaiser,Kelly Sullivan - University of California, Davis

>Textiles in the Surgical Theater: An Actor-Network-Theory Approach