Brazilian Journal of Anesthesiology
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Brazilian Journal of Anesthesiology
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Comparison of incidence of emergence delirium in pediatric patients with three different techniques of general anesthesia using sevoflurane and propofol: a randomized controlled trial

Comparação da incidência de delírio do despertar em pacientes pediátricos com três diferentes técnicas de anestesia geral usando sevoflurano e propofol: um estudo controlado randomizado

Deepak Modi, Shilpa Goyal, Nikhil Kothari, Ankur Sharma, Rakesh Kumar, Swati Chhabra, Akhil Goel, Pradeep Bhatia

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