Ethical Challenges in Critical Care Medicine: A Chinese Perspective
Journal of Medicine and Philosophy 1998 December; 23(6): 581-600
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Cong, Yali (1998-12)The major ethical challenges for critical care medicine in China include the high cost of patient care in the ICU, the effect of payment mechanisms on access to critical care, the fact that much more money is spent on ...
Weng, Li; Joynt, Gavin M; Lee, Anna; Du, Bin; Leung, Patricia; Peng, Jinming; Gomersall, Charles D; Hu, Xiaoyun; Yap, Hui Y (Chinese Critical Care Ethics Group, 2011-04)Critical care doctors are frequently faced with clinical problems that have important ethical and moral dimensions. While Western attitudes and practice are well documented, little is known of the attitudes or practice of ...
Li, Hongwen; Cong, Yali (2008-12)Bioethics began to emerge in the late 1980s in China, which was borrowed and introduced from western countries. But the Chinese bioethics has a different model from western bioethics in its philosophical basis and culture ...