Decision-Making Around Gastrostomy-Feeding in Children With Neurologic Disabilities
Pediatrics 2011 Jun; 127(6): e1471-81
The objective of this study was to understand the decision-making experiences, perspectives, and beliefs of parents of children with a neurologic disability around gastrostomy tube-feeding.
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