Artificial Hydration and Alimentation at the End of Life: A Reply to Craig
Journal of Medical Ethics 1995 June; 21(3):135-140
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Ashby, Michael; Stoffell, Brian (1995-06)Dr. Gillian Craig has argued that palliative medicine services have tended to adopt a policy of sedation without hydration, which under certain circumstances may be medically inappropriate, causative of death and distressing ...
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