Leuven University Press (2002)

This book highlights both the relation between technology and care, and the normative aspects of economic analyses in health care. A series of concrete examples from various clinical fields (prenatal diagnosis, genetic tests, digital imaging in psychiatry
Keywords Medical technology Moral and ethical aspects  Medical ethics  Nursing ethics  Genetic screening  Biomedical Technology  Bioethical Issues
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Call number R724.B435 2002
ISBN(s) 9058672514
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