Non-Therapeutic (Elective) Ventilation of Potential Organ Donors: The Ethical Basis for Changing the Law
Journal of Medical Ethics 1996 April; 22(2): 72-77
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Non-Therapeutic (Elective) Ventilation of Potential Organ Donors: The Ethical Basis for Changing the Law Shaw, A.B. (1996-04)Non-therapeutic ventilation of potential organ donors would increase the supply of kidneys for transplantation. There are no major ethical objections to it. The means of permitting it are forbidden by laws with an ethical ...
Riad, Hany; Nicholls, Anthony; Neuberger, Julia; Willatts, Sheila M.; Sells, Robert A.; Jones, Michael A.; Francis, Robert (1995-03-18)Elective ventilation describes the procedure of transferring selected patients dying from rapidly progressive intracranial haemorrhage from general medical wards to intensive care units for a brief period of ventilation ...
Elective, Non-Therapeutic Ventilation: A Reply to Browne Et Al., "The Ethics of Elective (Non-Therapeutic) Ventilation" Kluge, Eike-Henner W. (2000-07)Browne, Gillett and Tweeddale propose that the use of non-therapeutic elective ventilation (EV) to secure transplantable organs is ethically indefensible. Their argument centres around several propositions: that explicit ...