If you manage a medical facility or dialysis center, you are responsible for the operation of the facility and you know that the health of your clients is of utmost importance. Especially in an environment where people’s immune systems are often weakened, infections are common, and threats to people’s health can be more threatening in the hazardous conditions.
Mold in the air can affect those with existing health conditions and can threaten the health and safety of your medical or dialysis center patients. If you have a serious mold problem, you may need to consider a professional commercial mold inspection in PA to get your mold under control.
According to the National Poison Control Center and many more reputable sources, mold spores of many kinds can negatively affect human health. The following are some of the ways that black mold, a type of mold that is commonly found in a commercial mold inspection, can negatively impact human health.
While mold toxins and pulmonary hemorrhage are often reported as consequences of black mold, research has not yet positively linked these phenomena to the presence of indoor mold in commercial facilities. While research is ongoing, the above medical issues are very real and should be addressed if your facility has a mold problem.