Four minutes to live

Canada, 1978

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Episode of Series “W5”.
Presented by Jim Reed, this episode of a weekly television public affairs series focusses on emergency-response healthcare. Subjects include: the need for paramedics in Ontario; Vancouver, Calgary, and Medicine Hat as the only places in Canada with advanced pre-paramedical training and personnel; and patients who have been saved by CPR.

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CTV Television Network

Duration

00:09:37:00

Production places
Canada
Production dates
1978

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W5

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W5

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