Brazilian Journal of Anesthesiology
Brazilian Journal of Anesthesiology

Two years of the COVID-19 pandemic: an anesthesiology perspective

Dois anos de pandemia de COVID-19: uma perspectiva da anestesiologia

André P.Schmidt, Norma S.P.Módolo, Célio Amorim, Cláudia M.Simões, Durval C.Kraychette, Eduardo G.Joaquim, Eric B.Lineburger, Fábio Papa, Fátima C.Fernandes, Florentino F.Mendes, Gabriel M.N.Guimarães, Guilherme Barros, João Manoel da Silva Júnior, Laís H.N.Lima, Liana M.T.A.Azi, Lorena Carvalho, Luciana P.C.Stefani, Luis V.Garcia, Maria José C.Carmona

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