"Not Clinically Indicated": Patients' Interests or Resource Allocation?
British Medical Journal 1993 February 6; 306(6874): 379-381
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Hope, Tony; Sprigings, David; Crisp, Roger (1993-02-06)The decision that a particular intervention is not clinically indicated may conceal two quite different ethical assumptions. The first assumption is that the intervention is not of overall benefit to this patient. The ...
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