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Measuring rescuer’s fatigue by evaluating varying sized groups of rescuers performing chest compressions on a manikin study for suspected COVID-19 patients
Hee-Jeong Ahn, Gyu-Sik Shim, Sung-Hwan Bang, Hyo-Suk Song, Seung-Eun Han
Korean J Emerg Med Ser. 2021;25(3):81-92.   Published online December 31, 2021

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