Use of the BeFASSTT Acronym to Improve Brainstem Stroke Recognition: A Case Study
Marietta Sperry, MSN - School of Nursing LPN to BSN Program, Indiana State University, Simi Valley, CA, USA; Amber Wilson, MSN - School of Nursing LPN to BSN Program, Indiana State University, Madison, IN, USA
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