Enhancing emergency dispatch communication as part of innovative approaches to public-access defibrillation
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Perera, N. and Riou, M. and Ball, S. and Whiteside, A. and Finn, J. 2022. Enhancing emergency dispatch communication as part of innovative approaches to public-access defibrillation. Resuscitation. 175: pp. 169-170.
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Curtin School of Nursing
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