A 44-Year-Old Woman With Severe Pain at the End of Life
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Foley, Kathleen (1999-05-26)
Ethical Issues in the Management of Geriatric Cardiac Patients -- a 69-Year-Old Woman Dying of Severe Ischemic Cardiomyopathy and Peripheral Arterial Disease Is Developing Gangrene of Her Toes Without Pain or Overt Signs of Infection. Should You Perform an Arteriogram, Attempt Repeat Angioplasty of Either or Both Lower Limbs? Basta, Lofty L. (2003-01)
An Ethical Dilemma: Severe Ischaemic Mitral Regurgitation and Acute Coronary Syndrome in a 49-Year-Old Pregnant Woman Herrey, Anna S; Germain, Sarah J; Nelson-Piercy, Catherine; Kaprielian, Raffi R; Bennett, Phillip; Punjabi, Prakash P; Nihoyannopoulos, Petros (2010-03)We report the case of a 49-year-old woman who presented with symptomatic severe mitral regurgitation secondary to previous myocardial infarction. During the work-up for surgery, she was found to be pregnant. This report ...