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Science and Evidence-based Considerations for Fulfilling the SALT Triage Framework

  • D. Michael Navin and William J. Sacco
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Correspondence: D. Michael Navin, MS, ThinkSharp, Inc, 1114 Runnymede Lane, Bel Air, MD 21014 (mick@sharpthinkers.com).

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Science and Evidence-based Considerations for Fulfilling the SALT Triage Framework

  • D. Michael Navin and William J. Sacco

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