Issues of Consent: The Use of the Recently Deceased for Endotracheal Intubation Training
Hayes, Gregory J.
Journal of Clinical Ethics. 1994 Fall; 5(3): 211-216.
...Spital proposes a "mandated choice," whereby all competent adults would be required, as a matter of public policy, to make their choices known on a variety of healthcare issues that might later be applicable to them. These choices might include ETI [endotracheal intubation] training, organ donation, the use of the body for other scientific or training purposes, and traditional advance-directive issues. It is important that this proposal mandates that individuals
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