JournalCleveland Clinic Journal of Medicine
PublisherCleveland Clinic Educational Foundation
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AbstractAlthough not legally required to render assistance in the event of a medical emergency aboard an airplane, physicians have an ethical obligation to do so and should be prepared.
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