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|What is the Most Appropriate Method for Estimating the Depth for Endotracheal Tubes not to Pass through the Trachea of Korean Children in the Emergency Department?|
|Hyung Rae Cho, Jeong-Yong Lee, Jung-Heon Kim, Jong Seung Lee, Jeong-Min Ryu|
|Pediatric Emergency Medicine Journal. 2014;1(1):17-23. Published online 2014 June 30 DOI: https://doi.org/10.22470/pemj.2014.1.1.17|
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