Precautions taken by personnel against foot and mouth virus of animal at the PIADC in Long Island, New York.
Long Island New York USA Date:1958 Duration:5 min 31 sec Sound:Yes
A film based on the Plum Island Animal Disease Center( PIADC ) in Long Island, New York which is dedicated to study of foreign animal diseases. Removal of animal virus in a laboratory shows personnel in special rubber clothing inside an animal isolation unit. The rubber is disinfected with lie solution. Caustic solution in rinsed off in a shower. Clothing is cleaned using a brush. A man cleans the room with the lie solution. Sewage passed through welded lines to sewage decontamination building. Three holding tanks receive sewage. Sewage is heated to sterilizing temperature and discharged outside the laboratory. An officer inside research buildings looks at a light blinking on a central trouble panel. A technician takes a look at the diagram of the layout of the building and instructs over a telephone. A technician approaches an overheated motor. He inspects equipment of air control system of the laboratory. Technicians work on machines in a machine shop. A patient being treated in a first aid room. Service area for cleaning and sterilization of glassware and a laundry in the research building. A man cleans his nasal and throat passages, scrubs his hands and takes a shower. Employees board a bus. A guard looks through binoculars.
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