To help health care professionals understand the potential risks and benefits of N95 respirator reuse or extended use during the COVID-19 emergency, ECRI updated its clinical evidence assessment on these practices. ECRI said the conclusions are not intended as a practice endorsement, but to provide practical guidance for clinical centers to consider during decision making.

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