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Recent articles of interest
Egan TD. Are opioids indispensable for general anaesthesia? British Journal of Anaesthesia. 2019;122(6):135.
Edje L. Patient advocacy as a required competency of professionalism. Journal of Graduate Medical Education. 2019;11(4):487-487.
Fiadjoe J, Nishisaki A. Normal and difficult airways in children: "what's new"-current evidence. Paediatric Anaesthesia. 2019;2019 Dec 23.
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