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Resuscitation training of paediatricians
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    Dear Editor

    We have read the interesting paper by F Jewkes and B Phillips about resuscitation training of paediatricians [1]. In our opinion, the authors have made a description focused on the development of teaching in paediatric resuscitation in United Kingdom, with some but incomplete reference to the correspondent activities in other countries. In this sense, we would like to contribute with a summary of the...

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