Hospital settings potentially contain many indoor air pollutants, which will affect the healthcare of workers and patients. A cross sectional study was conducted to determine the indoor air quality in a medical school situated in the Northeast Coast of Malaysia. The hospital consists of eight floors and 33 wards. Eleven wards were randomly selected. A walk through survey was conducted prior to indoor air sampling.

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