Can High-volume Centers in India Serve as Anesthesiology, Critical Care and Emergency Medicine Training Locations for African Physicians?
Muralidhar Kanchi, Vibhu R Kshettry
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Kanchi M, Kshettry VR. Can High-volume Centers in India Serve as Anesthesiology, Critical Care and Emergency Medicine Training Locations for African Physicians?. 2022; 1 (3):119-120.
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