Dialyzers: To Reuse or Not Reuse, Ethics Is the Question
Caplan, Arthur L.
American Journal of Nephrology. 1984 Mar/Apr; 4(2): 128-131.
Biomedical Technologies; Conflict of Interest; Costs and Benefits; Consent; Disclosure; Economics; Ethics; Evaluation; Health; Health Care; Health Care Delivery; Health Facilities; Human Experimentation; Informed Consent; Kidney Diseases; Medical Devices; Patient Care; Physicians; Renal Dialysis; Risks and Benefits;
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Caplan, Arthur L. (1984-03)
Reuse of Pacemakers and Defibrillators in Developing Countries: Logistical, Legal, and Ethical Barriers and Solutions Kirkpatrick, James N; Papini, Christina; Baman, Timir S; Kota, Karthik; Khota, Karthik; Eagle, Kim A; Verdino, Ralph J; Caplan, Arthur L (2010-11)In the wealthy nations of the world, access to implantable cardiac rhythm management devices is widespread. In many underserved low- and middle-income countries (LMIC), where cardiovascular disease is fast becoming a major ...
Successes and Failures of Hospital Ethics Committees: A National Survey of Ethics Committee Chairs McGee, Glenn; Spanogle, Joshua; Caplan, Arthur L.; Penny, Dina; Asch, David A. (2002-01)