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Layperson CPR: A Response to “A Reappraisal of Mouth-to-Mouth Ventilation During Bystander-Initiated Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation”

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  28 June 2012

Allan Braslow
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Braslow & Associates 5104 Parklawn Terrace Suite 204 Rockville, MD 20852USA 01-(301) 468-5620 01-(301) 468-1976 (Fax) BraslowA@aol.com (email)
Robert T. Brennan
Affiliation:
Harvard UniversityGraduate School of Education Department of Administration, Planning, and Social Policy Cambridge, MA 02138, USA
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