Recovery From "Brain Death": A Neurologist's Apologia
Shewmon, D. Alan
Linacre Quarterly. 1997 Feb; 64(1): 30-96.
Adults; Anencephaly; Artificial Feeding; Brain; Brain Death; Brain Pathology; Cadavers; Cardiac Death; Childbirth; Children; Consensus; Death; Dementia; Determination of Death; Dissent; Ethics; Historical Aspects; Infants; Killing; Legal Aspects; Organ Donation; Organizational Policies; Organizations; Pain; Persistent Vegetative State; Personhood; Philosophy; Physicians; Professional Organizations; Roman Catholic Ethics; Standards; Suffering; Uncertainty; Utilitarianism; Withholding Treatment;
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Shewmon, D. Alan (1997-02)
"Brainstem Death," "Brain Death" and Death: A Critical Re- Evaluation of the Purported Equivalence Shewmon, D. Alan (1998)The author challenges brain-based diagnoses of death by re-examining the concept of death, its definition, the anatomical criterion, and the clinical signs or tests. Dr. Shewmon challenges the fundamental assumptions underlying ...