Legal Aspects of End-of-Life Decisions in Italy: The Penal Relevance of the Limitation of Treatment in the Terminally Ill and the Problem of Causality by Omission. the Legal Puzzle of End-of-Life Care in Italy: Is Therapeutic Limitation in The Terminally Ill Patients a Crime of Omission Liable to Prosecution?
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Death and Dying Sourcebook: Basic Consumer Health Information for the Layperson About End-of-Life Care and Related Ethical and Legal Issues, Including Chief Causes of Death, Autopsies, Pain Management for the Terminally Ill, Life Support Systems, Insurance, Euthanasia, Assisted Suicide, Hospice Programs, Living Wills, Funeral Planning, Counseling, Mourning, Organ Donation, and Physician Training; Along With Statistical Data, a Glossary, and Listings of Sources for Further Help And Information Muth, Annemarie S. (1999)
Treatment Decisions for Terminally Ill Patients: Physicians' Legal Defensiveness and Knowledge of Medical Law McCrary, S. Van; Swanson, Jeffrey W.; Perkins, Henry S.; Winslade, William J. (1992)In this study, we investigated physicians' attitudes, knowledge, and reported practices regarding the effects of perceived legal constraints on the abatement of life-sustaining treatment from patients who are clearly dying. ...