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Care of the Aged (Biomedical Ethics Reviews)

Fallstudie aus der Überlieferung der Epistel Rabbi Samuels an Rabbi Isaac in der volkssprachlichen Übertragung Irmhart Ösers

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        StatementHumana Press
        PublishersHumana Press
        LC ClassificationsDecember 3, 2002
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 72 p. :
        Number of Pages49
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        ISBN 101588292401

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Rules for research in nursing homes. the type of medical care the individual desires to sustain life, such as tube feedings. Harvard Law Review 102: 375-446.

Research and further discussion should disclose the specific situations in which the best-interest standard is most appropriate. Specific examples include nursing home patients Issues of Equity and Access• The formal name for the principle governing this category of cases is usually called the principle of double effect. It is also important to note in this case that this determination was made by the patient, who alone is the authority on the interpretation of the "greater" or "lesser" harm for the self.

Or, the idea that the physician should develop a care plan designed to provide the most "benefit" to the patient in terms of other competing alternatives, seems both rational and self-evident.

W is a sixty-year-old African American woman with a recent diagnosis of breast cancer with metastases to the bone and lung. What action is morally allowable, or, what is our duty?