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Experimental Studies in Air Medical Research

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    1 Scott T. Youngquist, MD, MSc, is an assistant professor in the Department of Surgery, Division of Emergency Medicine, at the University of Utah School of Medicine in Salt Lake City, director of the Air Medical Research Institute, and medical director of the Salt Lake City Fire Department.
    Scott T. Youngquist
    Footnotes
    1 Scott T. Youngquist, MD, MSc, is an assistant professor in the Department of Surgery, Division of Emergency Medicine, at the University of Utah School of Medicine in Salt Lake City, director of the Air Medical Research Institute, and medical director of the Salt Lake City Fire Department.
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    2 Chris Gee, MD, MPH, is also an assistant professor in the Department of Surgery.
    Chris Gee
    Footnotes
    2 Chris Gee, MD, MPH, is also an assistant professor in the Department of Surgery.
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  • Author Footnotes
    1 Scott T. Youngquist, MD, MSc, is an assistant professor in the Department of Surgery, Division of Emergency Medicine, at the University of Utah School of Medicine in Salt Lake City, director of the Air Medical Research Institute, and medical director of the Salt Lake City Fire Department.
    2 Chris Gee, MD, MPH, is also an assistant professor in the Department of Surgery.
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