The Option to Withdraw From Chronic Dialysis Treatment
Swartz, Richard D.
Advances in Renal Replacement Therapy. 1994 Oct; 1(3): 264-273.
Allowing to Die; Autonomy; Case Studies; Chronically Ill; Communication; Competence; Decision Making; Depressive Disorder; Diagnosis; Ethics; Interdisciplinary Communication; Legal Aspects; Life; Patient Care; Patient Care Team; Patients; Professional Patient Relationship; Prognosis; Psychiatric Diagnosis; Quality of Life; Religious Ethics; Renal Dialysis; Suffering; Treatment Refusal;
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Perry, Erica; Swartz, Richard; Smith-Wheelock, Linda; Westbrook, Joan; Buck, Catherine (1996-10)General experience and reported data show that a substantial number of patients, at least 10% in many surveys, eventually choose to withdraw from chronic dialysis. There are additional studies suggesting that discussing ...