Pain Medication for the Patient Following Treatment Withdrawal. Part 1: The Ethical Case Part 2: Ethical Analysis
Dimensions of Critical Care Nursing 1995 March-April; 14(2): 92-98
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Pain Medication for the Patient Following Treatment Withdrawal. Part 1: The Ethical Case Part 2: Ethical Analysis Morray, Barbara (1995-03)What is nursing's responsibility for pain control following the decision to withdraw life support? Should nurses be free to administer whatever amount of sedation they feel is necessary to provide adequate pain control for ...
A Crisis in Chronic Pain Care: An Ethical Analysis. Part Three: Toward an Integrative, Multi-Disciplinary Pain Medicine Built Around the Needs of the Patient Giordano, James; Schatman, Michael E. (2008-11)
Briones, Jeanine P.; Broom, Catherine (1994-01)This article describes an ethical case when the patient's wishes and that of her spouse disagreed and the ethical issues which were involved. Although the patient clearly has the right of choice on treatment, her own choices ...