Attitudes Towards Ethical Problems in Critical Care Medicine: The Chinese Perspective
Joynt, Gavin M
Gomersall, Charles D
Yap, Hui Y
Intensive care medicine 2011 Apr; 37(4): 655-64
Critical care doctors are frequently faced with clinical problems that have important ethical and moral dimensions. While Western attitudes and practice are well documented, little is known of the attitudes or practice of Chinese critical care doctors.
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