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|The Recognition Capability of Cardiac Arrest for Lay Person, Nurse and Dispatcher: A Comparison Study through the Video Question|
|Taewan Kim, Youngsuk Cho, Jinhyuck Lee, Hyunmin Cha, Hyunjung Lee, Daehee Choi, Gyu Chong Cho|
|J Korean Soc Emerg Med. 2017;28(6):635-642. Published online 2017 December 31|
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