Air-Embolism
Air Embolism

Executive Summary

The Problem Because 15% of air embolism cases are asymptomatic and nearly all are sudden, standardized, universal prevention procedures are essential to reduce the occurrence (McCarthy et al., 2017). The prevention techniques are already available in most hospitals, and therefore require little additional investment, but require prioritization and bundling to ensure

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