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DROWNING

A case series is presented of drowning incidents in Victoria, Australia. Discussing local experiences, risk factors and differences between fatal and non-fatal drowning cases.
Speaker: Bernadette Matthews
Recorded at: WCSM19 Torquay, Victoria, Australia
Lenght of video: 14:08

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