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In ancient Greece, the asclepion was a healing temple dedicated to Asclepius, the God of Medicine. Asclepius learned the...

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Soft Calls

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The Phone and Consults

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Why Anesthesiologists Matter

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Transfer Center I

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Teaching and Doing Procedures in the ICU

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Multidisciplinary Rounds

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Root Cause Analysis

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