Identification of Futility in Intensive Care
Lancet. 1994 Oct 29; 344(8931): 1203-1206.
Allowing to Die; Biomedical Technologies; Consensus; Decision Analysis; Decision Making; Economics; Futility; Hospitals; Intensive Care Units; Illness; Life; Methods; Mortality; Patient Care; Patients; Prognosis; Prolongation of Life; Quality of Life; Resource Allocation; Risk; Selection for Treatment; Statistics; Withholding Treatment;
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