A Randomized Trial of the Effect of Patient Race on Physicians' Intensive Care Unit and Life-Sustaining Treatment Decisions for an Acutely Unstable Elder With End-Stage Cancer
Barnato, Amber E
Bryce, Cindy L
Angus, Derek C
Arnold, Robert M
Critical care medicine 2011 Jul; 39(7): 1663-9
To test whether hospital-based physicians made different intensive care unit and life-sustaining treatment decisions for otherwise identical black and white patients with end-stage cancer and life-threatening hypoxia.
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