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How PAs and NPs are Wounded by a Ricochet

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As a Medic in combat I was able to treat many soldiers who were injured by direct fire or by a ricochet or shrapnel from IED's or in Vietnam, by claymore mines. As healthcare providers we are in warfare every day as we sustain injury from poor communication and medical errors of our team . What is your Kevlar vest?

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