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BET 2: Which intraosseous device is best in the prehospital setting?
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    Best BETS: A further call for scrutiny.

    Dear Sirs,

    We have previously expressed concerns about the validity of the "clinical bottom line" published alongside the popular Best BETS. (1) Best BETS should be based on specific clinical scenarios and should aim to provide a clinical bottom line which indicates, in the light of the evidence, what the clinician would do if faced with the same scenario again. (2) The report by Olaussen and Williams serves to...

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