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HEALTH RISKS EXPERIENCED BY NURSES IN EMERGENCY CARE

Vilma Daujotaitė, Rasa Juozapavičienė, Violeta Kamantauski

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Keywords

Emergency medical care, Ambulance, Health conditions, Emergency nurse

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