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Anesthesia, ethics, and severe acute respiratory syndrome

Anesthésie, éthique et syndrome respiratoire aigu sévère


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Correspondence to Joan C. Bevan.

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Bevan, J.C., Upshur, R.E.G. Anesthesia, ethics, and severe acute respiratory syndrome. Can J Anesth 50, 977 (2003).

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