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CG109 Transient loss of consciousness: implications for ambulance services, with John Pawelec of Yorkshire Ambulance Service

John Pawelec, a paramedic clinical tutor at Yorkshire Ambulance Service discusses the implications for ambulance services of the NICE Clinical guideline CG109

This podcast was added on 24 Aug 2010

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