Respiratory Medicine trainees' experience with large bore chest drains: Results from a UK wide national survey.

S. Irshad (Stoke on trent, United Kingdom), A. Abi Musa Asa'Ari (Stoke on trent , United Kingdom), U. Maqsood (Stoke on trent , United Kingdom), S. Piracha (Stoke on trent , United Kingdom), S. Khan (Stoke on trent , United Kingdom), N. Maddekar (Stoke on trent , United Kingdom), M. Haris (Stoke on trent , United Kingdom), M. Ganaie (Stoke on trent , United Kingdom)

Source: International Congress 2018 – Pleural interventions
Session: Pleural interventions
Session type: Thematic Poster
Number: 896

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