Brazilian Journal of Anesthesiology
Brazilian Journal of Anesthesiology

Videolaryngoscopy in anesthesia and perioperative medicine: innovations, challenges, and best practices

Vinícius Caldeira Quintão; Vanessa Henriques Carvalho; Luiz Guilherme Villares da Costa; Paulo Alipio Germano-Filho; José Carlos R. Nascimento; Rodrigo Moreira e Lima; Rogean Rodrigues Nunes; Antônio Carlos Brandao; André P. Schmidt

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