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Design of isolation rooms for infection control - Bed positions (a) and (b) for tracer gas and bacteriological tests in the University of Leeds bioaerosol chamber. Image source BSRIA https://www.bsria.co.uk/news/article/design-of-isolation-rooms-for-infection-control/
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