Transparency in Neonatal Intensive Care
King, Nancy M.P.
Hastings Center Report. 1992 May-Jun; 22(3): 18-25.
Medical teams care for severely premature infants under conditions of emergency and uncertainty that make parental involvement very difficult. Parents can be invited into a decisional relationship with the team that enables them to assess more fully the meaning of their child's illness.
Allowing to Die; Communication; Comprehension; Consent; Decision Making; Disclosure; Evaluation; Evaluation Studies; Hospitals; Infants; Informed Consent; Illness; Life; Minors; Newborns; Parental Consent; Parents; Patient Care; Prematurity; Prognosis; Prolongation of Life; Psychological Stress; Risks and Benefits; Treatment Refusal; Truth Disclosure; Uncertainty; Withholding Treatment;
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