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Perioperative cardiovascular considerations prior to elective noncardiac surgery in patients with a history of Covid-19.

14 Jan, 2022 | 08:39h | UTC

Perioperative Cardiovascular Considerations Prior to Elective Noncardiac Surgery in Patients With a History of COVID-19 – JAMA Surgery

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