Rapid Intraosseous Vascular Access While Wearing Personal Protective Equipment
Stephen W. Borron, MD, MS, Professor of Emergency Medicine and Medical Toxicology, email@example.com, Diana F. Montez, RN, BSN; Patti Haas, RN, MSN; Thomas Philbeck, PhD; Juan C. Arias, MD
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