Conducting Research Using the Emergency Exception From Informed Consent: The Public Access Defibrillation (PAD) Trial Experience
Mosesso, Vincent N., Jr.
Brown, Lawrence H.
Greene, H. Leon
Schmidt, Terri A.
Aufderheide, Tom P.
Sayre, Michael R.
Stephens, Shannon W.
Craven, Richard A.
Weisfeldt, Myron L.
Resuscitation 2004 April; 61(1): 29-36
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