End-of-Life Care After Termination of SUPPORT
Hastings Center Report. 1995 Nov-Dec; 25(6): S6-S8.
The assumptions underlying the SUPPORT study may be incorrect. Informed patients may want interventions that other people regard as inappropriately aggressive.
Advance Care Planning; Allowing to Die; Attitudes; Communication; Decision Making; Disclosure; Family Members; Guidelines; Health; Health Care; Health Care Delivery; Hospitals; Institutional Policies; Intensive Care Units; Life; Managed Care Programs; Managed Care; Nurses; Patient Participation; Patients; Physicians; Practice Guidelines; Prognosis; Prolongation of Life; Quality Assurance; Research; Resource Allocation; Resuscitation; Terminal Care;
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Lo, Bernard (1995-11)
Death and Dying Sourcebook: Basic Consumer Health Information About End-of-Life Care and Related Perspectives and Ethical Issues, Including End-of-Life Symptoms and Treatments, Pain Management, Quality-of-Life Concerns, the Use of Life Support, Patients' Rights and Privacy Issues, Advance Directives, Physician-Assisted Suicide, Caregiving, Organ and Tissue Donation, Autopsies, Funeral Arrangements, and Grief, Along With Statistical Data, Information About the Leading Causes of Death, A Glossary, and Directories of Support Groups and Other Resources Shannon, Joyce Brennfleck (2006)