Brazilian Journal of Anesthesiology
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Brazilian Journal of Anesthesiology
Letter to the Editor

Factors associated with medical errors in perioperative anesthetic practice: cross-sectional study

João Marcos do Oliveira Junior, Lauro Ferreira dos Santos Neto, Tiago Braga Duarte, Bruno Mendes Carmona, Luís Vinícius Pires da Costa, Daniela Ferreira Tramontin, Deivid Ramos dos Santos, Lauriana Marques Corrêa

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