Seeking Justice for Priscilla
Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics. 1996 Fall; 5(4): 485-492.
Allowing to Die; Case Studies; Children; Chronically Ill; Decision Making; Economics; Emotions; Government; Government Financing; Home Care; Hospitals; Infants; Justice; Life; Minority Groups; Minors; Moral Policy; Parents; Patient Care; Patient Care Team; Prognosis; Prolongation of Life; Public Policy; Resource Allocation; Resuscitation; Social Problems; Urban Population; Ventilators;
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Distributive Justice Across Generations: Epidemiology of ICU Care for the Very Young and the Very Old Meadow, William; Lantos, John D.; Mokalla, Mani; Reimshisel, Tyler (1996-09)Babies of extremely low birthweight and elderly adults both require expensive and scarce resources, and both have a relatively poor prognosis for survival if they require intensive care. Thus, proposals for rationing ...