Performance improvement in emergency tourniquet use during the Baghdad surge

@inproceedings{KuklaPerformanceII,
  title={Performance improvement in emergency tourniquet use during the Baghdad surge},
  author={Piotr Kukla and Marek Jastrz and bski}
}
Comment on " A new electrocardiogram finding for massive pulmonary embolism: ST elevation in lead aVR with ST depression in leads I and V 4 to V 6 " To the Editor, We have read with a great interest the article by Zhong-qun et al concerning electrocardiographic (ECG) changes in massive acute pulmonary embolism (APE) [1]. The authors presented 3 patients with APE and deterioration of clinical status during the hospitalization. They pay attention to a combination of the following… CONTINUE READING

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