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PHYSICIAN INVOLVEMENT IN HIGH-THREAT PREHOSPITAL SITUATIONS

      Terrorist attacks have increased in frequency during the last 2 decades and tactics used have evolved from static events to complex, multimodal attacks (
      • Tin D
      • Margus C
      • Ciottone G.
      Half-a-century of terrorist attacks: weapons selection, casualty outcomes, and implications for counter-terrorism medicine.
      ). This creates significant challenges for prehospital personnel providing lifesaving medical care in their immediate and chaotic aftermath.
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