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Episode 51

In this episode of The FlightBridgeED Podcast, Eric draws the map to some interesting and controversial new research. What is REBOA? Do you really need that cervical collar? Does dopamine deserve to be ditched? Join us for this, and the next 3 episodes to hear the complete dialogue in this series of 3 Amazing Concepts!

 

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Mean Brenner - REBOA
Cervical Collars Slashed From Guidelines
 

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