Limits of Patient Autonomy: Physician Attitudes and Practices Regarding Life-Sustaining Treatments and Euthanasia
Fried, Terri R.
Stein, Michael D.
O'Sullivan, Patricia S.
Brock, Dan W.
Novack, Dennis H.
Archives of Internal Medicine. 1993 Mar 22; 153(6): 722-728.
Aged; Allowing to Die; Assisted Suicide; Attitudes; Autonomy; Decision Making; Double Effect; Drugs; Euthanasia; Evaluation; Evaluation Studies; Killing; Life; Morality; Motivation; Patients; Physician's Role; Physicians; Suicide; Survey; Terminal Care; Terminally Ill; Treatment Refusal; Ventilators; Voluntary Euthanasia; Withholding Treatment;
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