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Headline

Defib timing in resuscitation guidelines questioned

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Michael Stone, you miss the point entirely. Do you even understand what the article is about? Once again you see a headline vaguely related to your 'interest' and try to gain attention by twisting the subject of the article to meet your own ends as well as posting your views in other publications which could seriously mislead the public. As you had issues with how your affairs were handled by the police, where all your problems stem from, have you gone into all the details with them that you have done in this professional nursing journal on an almost daily basis for years and the BMJ, which you treat with greater respect, and told them how you think they should do their job?

Posted date

10 April, 2016

Posted time

8:26 am

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