Do as I Say, Not as I Do -- Why Bioethicists Should Seek Informed Consent for Some Case Studies
Antommaria, Armand H. Matheny
Hastings Center Report 2004 May-June; 34(3): 28-34
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Critical Appraisal Of: Triaging Pediatric Critical Care Resources During a Pandemic: Ethical and Medical Considerations Antommaria, Armand H Matheny; Sweney, Jill; Poss, W Bradley (2010-05)OBJECTIVE: To identify the ethical norms that should govern the allocation of pediatric critical care resources during a pandemic. DESIGN: Narrative review. METHODS: Review the literature on triage and pandemics. FINDINGS: ...