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Patients 'tied to beds and intubated without sedatives' as COVID crisis worsens in Brazil

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Patients 'tied to beds and intubated without sedatives' as COVID crisis worsens in BrazilHospitals in Brazil are being forced to intubate coronavirus patients without sedatives amid critical medicine shortages caused by the country's current outbreak, reports claim.
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