Persistent vegetative state, withdrawal of artificial nutrition and hydration, and the patient's "best interests"

Journal of Medical Ethics 24 (2):75-76 (1998)
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Keywords info:mesh/Beneficence  info:mesh/Persistent Vegetative State  info:mesh/Withholding Treatment  info:mesh/Patient Advocacy  info:mesh/Humans  info:mesh/Life Support Care  info:mesh/Ethics, Medical  info:mesh/Nutritional Support  Humans   Persistent Vegetative State   Fluid Therapy   Nutritional Support   Life Support Care   Withholding Treatment   Risk Assessment   Intention   Resource Allocation   Patient Advocacy   Ethics, Medical   Moral Obligations   Beneficence  info:mesh/Moral Obligations  info:mesh/Fluid Therapy  info:mesh/Intention  info:mesh/Risk Assessment  info:mesh/Resource Allocation
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DOI 10.1136/jme.24.2.75
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