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DROWNING

Many definitions are used in mainstream media to discuss drowning. This presentation delves into the correct definition and pathophysiology
Speaker: Andrew Schmidt
Recorded at: WCSM19 Torquay, Victoria, Australia
Lenght of video: 4:38

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