Positive Killing and the Irreversibly Unconscious Patient
Bioethics Quarterly 1981 Fall-Winter; 3(3-4): 190-205
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Strong, Carson (1981)Ethical arguments against active, involuntary euthanasia are examined and held to be unconvincing in the case of patients, who though irreversibly comatose, possess spontaneous cardiopulmonary function. It is further contended ...
Wilkus, Robert J. (1981)Noting that it is often difficult for physicians to establish the degree and irreversibility of coma, a medical school professor maintains that nearly all physicians at this time would reject the contention in a preceding article ...