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First aid for fractures: skull, spine and pelvis

Title First aid for fractures: skull, spine and pelvis
Year of production 1960
Country of production États-Unis
Director(s)
Duration 13 minutes
Format Parlant - Couleur - 16 mm
Original language(s) English
Commissioning body U.S. Air Force
Archive holder(s) US National Library of Medicine
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