Use of safety checklists for pleural procedures by Respiratory trainees

Q. Abdullah (Wolverhampton, United Kingdom), M. Khalil (Wolverhampton, United Kingdom), M. Ahmed (Wolverhampton, United Kingdom), A. Gulati (Wolverhampton, United Kingdom)

Source: Virtual Congress 2020 – Transthoracic and endobronchial ultrasound
Session: Transthoracic and endobronchial ultrasound
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Number: 2780

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