Adult and Infant Mask Ventilation Quality Evaluation from Various Viewpoints by Non-medical Personnel: Randomized Simulation Trial

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Yuki Nakamura
Nobuyasu Komasawa
Kengo Masuhara
Fumio Terasaki
Takashi Nakano
Ryo Kawata

Abstract

The “Type of Article” of this paper is “Letter to the Editor”. This paper discuses about: “Adult and Infant Mask Ventilation Quality Evaluation from Various Viewpoints by Non-medical Personnel: Randomized Simulation Trial”. No formal abstract is available. Readers are requested to read the full article.

Keywords:
Adult, infant, mask ventilation, non-medical personnel.

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Nakamura, Y., Komasawa, N., Masuhara, K., Terasaki, F., Nakano, T., & Kawata, R. (2020). Adult and Infant Mask Ventilation Quality Evaluation from Various Viewpoints by Non-medical Personnel: Randomized Simulation Trial. Asian Journal of Pediatric Research, 3(2), 30-32. https://doi.org/10.9734/ajpr/2020/v3i230125
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Letter to the Editor

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