Life-Support and End-of-Life Questions: Treatment or Intervention?
Welk, Thomas A.
Journal of Intravenous Nursing. 1995 Jul-Aug; 18(4): 191-197.
Advances in medical care during the past hundred years have been phenomenal. Before modern times, little could be done to overcome life-threatening situations from injury, trauma, or disease. Most interventions were counterproductive; they did more harm than good. It has been during the last 30 years that medicine has been able to save more lives than cause death.
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