Flying to the rescue

Kleebauer, Alistair
January 2015
Nursing Standard;1/28/2015, Vol. 29 Issue 22, p20
Trade Publication
The RAF’s Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron treats patients in the back of an aircraft en route for the UK. Alistair Kleebauer reports.


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