Hello, I am having a code issue with a project for a medical equipment manufacturer and they want a show room where they want to present and educate doctors/clients showing their equipment. Part of the process will need a cadaver present in the show room, which will be frozen, blood-free, tested and in some occasions in formaldehyde, but no laboratory work or testing will be performed. Does the pure presence of cadaver (either frozen or in formaldehyde) constitute the requirement to treat the room as laboratory, or can we treat it normally with standard HVAC (ventilation). That means mixing of return air with supply etc. Anyone knows more about this issue? Thanks for help.
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