|Type Of Ward||Covid 19|
|Preferred Hospital Type||Specialty|
|Weight G||Approx 350 kgs|
|Minimum Order Quantity||1 Unit|
|Mode Of Report||Soft Copy, Hard Copy|
|Test Location||In Laboratory|
|Biosafety Level||BSL 4, BSL 2, BSL 3, BSL 1|
Biological Safety Levels (BSL) Lab are a series of protections relegated to autoclave-related activities that take place in particular biological labs. They are individual safeguards designed to protect laboratory personnel, as well as the surrounding environment and community.
These levels, which are ranked from one to four, are selected based on the agents or organisms that are being researched or worked on in any given laboratory setting. For example, a basic lab setting specializing in the research of nonlethal agents that pose a minimal potential threat to lab workers and the environment are generally considered BSL-1-the lowest biosafety lab level. A specialized research laboratory that deals with potentially deadly infectious agents like Ebola would be designated as BSL-4 the highest and most stringent level.
At the lowest level of biosafety, precautions may consist of regular hand-washing and minimal protective equipment. At higher biosafety levels, precautions may include airflow systems, multiple containment rooms, sealed containers, positive pressure personnel suits, established protocols for all procedures, extensive personnel training, and high levels of security to control access to the facility.