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CMAJ. 2018 Feb 26;190(8):E217-E222. doi: 10.1503/cmaj.170601.

"Is there a doctor on board?": Practical recommendations for managing in-flight medical emergencies.

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1
Division of Emergency Medicine, Department of Medicine (Kodama, Ackery); Division of Cardiac Surgery, Department of Surgery (Yanagawa), University of Toronto, Toronto, Ont.; Air Canada (Chung), Saint Laurent, Que.; WestJet Airlines Ltd. (Fryatt), Calgary, Alta.; St. Michael's Hospital (Yanagawa, Ackery), Toronto, Ont.; ORNGE Air Ambulance (Ackery), Toronto, Ont.
2
Division of Emergency Medicine, Department of Medicine (Kodama, Ackery); Division of Cardiac Surgery, Department of Surgery (Yanagawa), University of Toronto, Toronto, Ont.; Air Canada (Chung), Saint Laurent, Que.; WestJet Airlines Ltd. (Fryatt), Calgary, Alta.; St. Michael's Hospital (Yanagawa, Ackery), Toronto, Ont.; ORNGE Air Ambulance (Ackery), Toronto, Ont. ackerya@smh.ca.
PMID:
29483330
PMCID:
PMC5826707
DOI:
10.1503/cmaj.170601
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