Quando muore l’uomo. La morte cerebrale nel recente dibattito internazionale [When does a man die? Brain death in the recent international debate]

Museopolis Press (2009)
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Rosangela Barcaro
University of Genoa (PhD)
Abstract
Ricostruzione del dissenso etico-filosofico relativo all'impiego del criterio neurologico della morte encefalica al fine della dichiarazione di decesso e del prelievo di organi per il trapianto. Esame del dibattito italiano e dei documenti di organismi ufficiali come il Centro Nazionale Trapianti (2009) ed il Comitato Nazionale per la Bioetica (2010).
Keywords bioethics  death
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