Ethical Issues in Critical Care and Cardiac Arrest: Clinical Research, Brain Death, and Organ Donation
Donatelli, Luke A.
Geocadin, Romergryko G.
Williams, Michael A.
Seminars in Neurology 2006 September; 26(4): 452-459
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