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Archive » 1997 » 1 » | Archive » Medical field » Fields » Clinical Cases » Archive » Medical field » Fields » Family Medicine »

1a Level Emergency Medical Service

 
Abstract:

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In medical circles of Slovenia, emergency medical services are regarded as services provided exclusively by health care professionals. This concept, which excludes any participation of lay public and lay institutions, is not in accordance with recommendations of Council of Europe. The presented case illustrates the importance of considering emergency medical service as common responsibility of all the people involved.

Authors:
Kersnik Janko

Keywords:
emergency medical services, consciousness disorders

Cite as:
Med Razgl. 1997; 36: 103–7.

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