Resuscitation of Patients With Cardiac Arrest by Ambulance Staff With Extended Training in West Yorkshire
Ryder, M. and Mackintosh, A.F.
BRITISH MEDICAL JOURNAL 301(6752): 600-602, 22 September 1990
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