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'Time critical' rapid amputation using fire service hydraulic cutting equipment

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    'Time critical' rapid amputation using fire service hydraulic cutting equipment.
    McNicholas MJ, Robinson SJ, Polyzois I, Dunbar I, Payne AP, Forrest M.
    Injury. 2011 Nov;42(11):1333-5.
     

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