Informed Consent: Influence on Patient Selection Among Critically Ill Premature Infants
Walterspiel, Juan N.
PEDIATRICS 85(1): 119-121, January 1990
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Nonconsented Human Immunodeficiency Virus Testing Among Critically Ill Patients: Intensivists? Practices and the Influence of State Laws Halpern, Scott D.; Metkus, Thomas S.; Fuchs, Barry D.; Ward, Nicholas S.; Siegel, Mark D.; Luce, John M.; Curtis, J. Randall (2007-11-26)BACKGROUND: Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) testing can improve care for many critically ill patients, but state laws and institutional policies may impede such testing when patients cannot provide consent. METHODS: We ...
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