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This program presents the first part of the assessment process: the rapid observation, where each of the three phases is described. Next, components of a brief history are discussed. And finally, A – Airway, of the A-B-C algorithm is explained and illustrated through a number of patient scenarios, which are presented in a manner that encourages active learner participation.
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