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1998;352:614 – 617. Boie ET, Moore GP, Brummett C, Nelson DR. Do parents want to be present during invasive procedures performed on their children in the emergency department? A survey of 400 parents. Ann Emerg Med. 1999;34:70 –74. Adams S, Whitlock M, Higgs R, Bloomfield P, Baskett PJ. Should relatives be allowed to watch resuscitation? BMJ. 1994;308:1687–1692. Boyd R. Witnessed resuscitation by relatives. Resuscitation. 2000;43: 171–176. Hampe SO. Needs of the grieving spouse in a hospital setting.

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