Who Should Receive Life Support During a Public Health Emergency? Using Ethical Principles to Improve Allocation Decisions
White, Douglas B.
Katz, Mitchell H.
Luce, John M.
Annals of Internal Medicine 2009 January 20; 150(2): 132-138
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