Futility Issues in Pediatrics
Frader, Joel E.
Allowing to Die; Child Abuse; Children; Clinical Ethics; Clinical Ethics Committees; Communication; Conflict of Interest; Decision Making; Dissent; Economics; Ethics; Ethics Committees; Family Relationship; Federal Government; Futility; Government; Government Regulation; Hospitals; Infants; Intensive Care Units; Legal Aspects; Life; Newborns; Parents; Pediatrics; Physicians; Prematurity; Professional Family Relationship; Prognosis; Prolongation of Life; Regulation; Resource Allocation; Socioeconomic Factors; Treatment Outcome; Uncertainty; Values; Viability;
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Lantos, John D.; Frader, Joel (1990-08-09)In this Sounding Board article, Lantos and Frader contend that it is unrealistic to insist that only randomized, controlled trials can definitively establish the risks and benefits of new medical treatments. Using as ...
Frader, Joel E.; Crain, Lucy S.; Moseley, Kathryn L.; Nelson, Robert M.; Porter, Ian H.; Vizcarrondo, Felipe E. (American Academy of Pediatrics [AAP]. Committee on Bioethics, 1995 to 1996, 1997-02)
Flanagan-Klygis, Erin; Ross, Lainie Friedman; Lantos, John; Frader, Joel; Yogev, Ram (2001-06)