3 Yearly Study Results of 112 Emergency Ambulances in the City of Gaziantep

@article{Zenginol20113YS,
  title={3 Yearly Study Results of 112 Emergency Ambulances in the City of Gaziantep},
  author={Murat Zenginol and Behcet Al and Sinan Genç and Ilyas Deveci and Pınar Yarbil and Demet Yılmaz and Emine Sarcan and Cuma Yıldırım},
  journal={Journal of Academic Emergency Medicine},
  year={2011},
  volume={10},
  pages={27-32}
}
Yazışma Adresi/Correspondence to: Yard. Doç. Dr. Behçet Al, Gaziantep Üniversitesi Tıp Fakültesi, Acil Tıp Anabilim Dalı, Gaziantep, Türkiye Tel.: +90 0342 360 60 60-77105 e.posta: behcetal@gmail.com doi:10.5152/jaem.2011.007 Murat Zenginol1, Behçet Al1, Sinan Genç1, İlyas Deveci2, Pınar Yarbil1, Demet Arı Yılmaz1, Emine Sarcan1, Cuma Yıldırım1 1Gaziantep Üniversitesi Tıp Fakültesi, Acil Tıp Anabilim Dalı, Gaziantep, Türkiye 2Gaziantep 112 İl Sağlık Müdürlüğü, Gaziantep, Türkiye 
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