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First mistake.  Using the  butt of a shotgun to dislodge ANYTHING.

Sara Pimental
Senior Consultant
Clinical Library
Kaiser Permanente
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Oakland, CA 94612
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Subject: CHAT: Gunshot Wound Contamination with Squirrel Tissue: Wound Care Considerations

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Somehow the title made me think of this group.

Jerry Carlson, MLS, AHIP
Medical Librarian
University of Colorado Health - North
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