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Vol. 151 No. 1920 (2021)

Physicians’ acceptance of the Swiss Academy of Medical Sciences guidelines “COVID-19 pandemic: triage for intensive-care treatment under resource scarcity”

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Swiss Med Wkly. 2021;151:w20472


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