Ethics of Resuscitation at Different Stages of Life: A Survey of Perinatal Physicians
Spelke, M Bridget
Larkin, L Knoll
Pediatrics 2011 May; 127(5): e1221-9
We surveyed US neonatologists and high-risk obstetricians about preferences for resuscitation in ethically difficult situations to determine whether (1) their responses adhered to traditional ethical principles of best interests and patient autonomy and (2) physician specialty seemed to influence the response.
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