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- Davis C.S.
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☆The authors have no outside support information, conflicts or financial interest to disclose. This study, in part, was funded by an unrestricted grant, The Dorothy Rider Pool Trust for Health Research and Education community foundation grant (2018). In addition, this was supported by a Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine MEDNet grant (2018). An abstract was presented at the ACEP 2019 Research Forum. This study was IRB approved by the Lehigh Valley Health Network IRB (IRB # STUDY00000054) on 2/16/2018.