Brain Stem Death and Organ Donation
Nursing in Critical Care. 1996 Nov-Dec; 1(6): 286-291.
Attitudes; Brain; Brain Death; Christian Ethics; Consent; Death; Determination of Death; Empirical Research; Ethics; Historical Aspects; International Aspects; Knowledge; Legal Aspects; Mass Media; Nurses; Organ Donation; Presumed Consent; Required Request; Research; Standards; Statistics; Tissue Donation;
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