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This article is from BMC Anesthesiology, volume 13.AbstractBackground: The provision of Intensive Care (IC) can lead to a health care provider’s physical, psychological and emotional exhaustion, which may develop into burnout. We notice the absence of specific studies regarding this syndrome in Portuguese Intensive Care Units (ICUs). Our main obj

Author: Teixeira, Carla; Ribeiro, Orquidea; Fonseca, Antonio Manuel; Carvalho, Ana Sofia

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