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How to treat heat illness in fireground rehab - 05/12/2017

Here's a look at what some of the changes in the revised NFPA 1584 mean for fireground rehab procedures, especially for heat-related illnesses

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How to treat heat illness in fireground rehab
Here's a look at what some of the changes in the revised NFPA 1584 mean for fireground rehab procedures, especially for heat-related illnesses
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