Journal of Anesthesia

, Volume 31, Issue 2, pp 297–303

A guideline for perioperative smoking cessation

  • Safety Committee of Japanese Society of Anesthesiologists
Guideline

Keywords

Level Effect Support Benefit Intervention Mean Aid Prevention of relapse 

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  • Safety Committee of Japanese Society of Anesthesiologists
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  1. 1.Japanese Society of AnesthesiologistsKobeJapan

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