Triage in Neonatal Intensive Care: The Limitations of a Metaphor
Childress, James F.
Virginia Law Review. 1983 Apr; 69(3): 547-561.
Allowing to Die; Biomedical Technologies; Common Good; Emergency Care; Historical Aspects; Infants; Intensive Care Units; Life; Metaphor; Military Personnel; Newborns; Prognosis; Quality of Life; Random Selection; Resource Allocation; Scarcity; Selection for Treatment; Social worth; Triage; Utilitarianism; Value of Life; War; Withholding Treatment;
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Childress, James F. (1983-04)
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