The Ice Show

Marr, Evelyn
May 2003
Pediatric Nursing;May/Jun2003, Vol. 29 Issue 3, p226
Academic Journal
Relates the response of the Family Health Connection, a nurse practitioner-staffed community outreach mobile clinic of Potomac Hospital in Woodbridge, Virginia, to a school bus accident. Injuries attained by the school children; Initial treatment given to the patients; Teamwork shown by different departments of the hospital during the accident.


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