Clinical Review: Influenza Pandemic - Physicians and Their Obligations
Critical Care 2008; 12(3): 217
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Annas, George J.; Armstrong, Paul W.; Arnold, Bob; Asch, Adrienne; Botkin, Jeffrey R.; Boyajian, Jane; Caplan, Arthur; Capron, Alexander M.; Churchill, Larry R.; Derse, Arthur R.; Elias, Sherman; Fleischman, Alan R.; Forrow, Lachlan; Glantz, Leonard; Glick, Shimon; Goodman, Kenneth W.; Greenlaw, Jane L.; Grodin, Michael A.; Harvey, John Collins; Howe, Edmund G.; Jennings, Bruce; Jonsen, Al; Katz, Jay; Khushf, George; King, Nancy M.P.; King, Patricia A.; Larkin, Gregory L.; Lo, Bernard; Mariner, Wendy K.; Mayo, Thomas W.; McGee, Ellen; McGee, Glenn; Miles, Steve; Moreno, Jonathan D.; Nelson, Robert M.; Nixon, Lois LaCivita; Olick, Robert S.; Pentz, Rebecca D.; Peterson, Lynn; Polak, Joseph; Post, Stephen G.; Reich, Warren T.; Rothman, David J.; Sheldon, Mark; Shuster, Evelyne; Sulmasy, Daniel P.; White, W.D.; Wolf, Susan M.; Zoloth- Dorfman, Laurie (1996-11-12)
Clinical Review: Considerations for the Triage of Maternity Care During an Influenza Pandemic -- One Institution's Approach Beigi, Richard H; Hodges, Jeff; Baldisseri, Marie; English, Dennis (Magee-Womens Hospital Ethics Committee, 2010)The ongoing pandemic of 2009 H1N1 swine-origin influenza A has heightened the world's attention to the reality of influenza pandemics and their unpredictable nature. Currently, the 2009 H1N1 influenza strain appears to ...
Novack, Dennis H.; Detering, Barbara J.; Arnold, Robert; Forrow, Lachlan; Ladinsky, Morissa; Pezzullo, John C. (1989-05-26)Four hundred and seven physicians were surveyed to assess attitudes toward the use of deception in medical practice. Four ethical problems were presented that could be resolved by the use of deception. The cases ...