Ethical Issues Raised by Intensive Care
Brody, Baruch A.
Adults; Allowing to Die; Biomedical Technologies; Birth Weight; Casuistry; Common Good; Costs and Benefits; Critically Ill; Decision Making; Economics; Futility; Gatekeeping; Intensive Care Units; Illness; Justice; Life; Low Birth Weight; Mortality; Newborns; Patient Admission; Patient Advocacy; Patient Discharge; Physician's Role; Prematurity; Prognosis; Quality of Life; Resource Allocation; Risks and Benefits; Scarcity; Selection for Treatment; Statistics; Treatment Outcome;
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Brody, Baruch A. (1988)Baruch Brody offers a provocative analysis of a clinical case [of PVS]: a young woman unconscious for several years, whose parents wish to continue her life-sustaining treatment--a feeding tube and antibiotics. Pursuing ...