8 edition of Protocols for elective use of life-sustaining treatments found in the catalog.
|Other titles||Institutional protocols for decisions about life-sustaining treatments.|
|Statement||Steven H. Miles, Carlos F. Gomez ; foreward by Christine K. Cassel.|
|Contributions||Gomez, Carlos F., 1958-|
|LC Classifications||R726 .M55 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 154 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||154|
|LC Control Number||88038220|
Protocols for Elective Use of Life-Sustaining Treatments. New York: Springer. Neu R, Kjellstrand CM. Stopping long-term dialysis: An empirical study of withdrawal of life-supporting treatment. N Engl J Med – New York State Task Force on Life and Law. Life-Sustaining Treatment: Making Decisions and Appointing a Health Care. The usefulness of living wills is limited by their vague language and by their applicability to a narrow range of clinical situations. Common sense suggests that the most effective way for patients to communicate their wishes about the use of LST [life-sustaining therapy] is by discussing these issues directly with their physicians.
(New York: The Hastings Center, ), 76 – 84; Miles, Steven H., Gomez, Carlos F., Protocols for Elective Use of Life-Sustaining Treatments: A Design Guide (New York: Springer, ), 48 – 49; Moskop, John C., “Advance Directives in Medicine: Choosing among the Alternatives,” in Hackler, Chris, Moseley, Ray, Vawter, Dorothy E., eds. Torture doctors administer and invent techniques to inflict pain and suffering without leaving knowledge of the body and its breaking points and their credible authority over death certificates and medical records make them powerful and elusive perpetrators of .
AAOS’ guidelines on elective surgery during the COVID pandemic should be applied judiciously depending on your location, where your area/institution happens to be situated relative to the curve of the disease, and the availability, or scarcity, of your resources, including personal protective equipment (PPE), intensive care unit (ICU) beds, respirators, and personnel. Protocols for Elective Use of Life-Sustaining Treatments: A Design Guide. Springer Publishing Co., New York, 2. Goldfeld A, Thim S, Tsai E, with Miles SH. Curing Tuberculosis: A Manual for Developing Countries. Center for Blood Research. Boston MA, 3. Miles SH. The Hippocratic Oath and the Ethics of Medicine. Oxford University Press.
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Protocols for Elective Use of Life-Sustaining Treatments. Authors (view affiliations) Steven H. Miles; Carlos F.
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Protocols for elective use of life-sustaining treatments. New York. Protocols for Elective Use of Life-Sustaining Treatments A Design Guide.
Authors: Miles, Steven H., Gómez, Carlos Fernández Free Preview. Protocols for Elective Use of Life-Sustaining Treatments This article has no abstract; the first words appear below.
A small cottage industry has arisen, complete with airport seminars and. Before attempting to govern clinical decision making and treatment-plan implementation directly, protocols set an institutional stage for the elective use of life-sustaining treatments.
This stage is a statement of how the elective provision of life-sustaining treatment relates to the facility’s identity and mission. Abstract. The process of creating a protocol to address the elective use of life-sustaining treatments has three phases: recognizing the need for a protocol, creating and educating a group to draft the protocol, and the drafting of the protocol.
Abstract. Protocols for the elective use of life-sustaining treatment establish a framework to promote the proper implementation of treatment decisions (Hastings Center, ; Kapp, ; Office of Technology Assessment, ; President’s Commission, ).
With regard to designing protocols to improve the elective use of life-sustaining treatments, attention has focused on decision making (e.g., affirmations of patient autonomy or the need for advance treatment planning) and treatment implementation (e.g., interstaff communication).
The process of creating a protocol to address the elective use of life-sustaining treatments has three phases: recognizing the need for a protocol, creating and educating a.
The law of the United States has its roots in the early English common law. As a result, this early treatment of suicide found its way into the criminal law of this country.
It is now common to find statutes that not only prohibit suicide but impose penalties. In this study we used the Nationwide Inpatient Sample to examine whether race-based differences exist in the use of life-sustaining treatments (LST) among patients who died following a major elective operation.
We studied elective colectomy due to the fact that it is a common procedure performed for a variety of conditions. Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Steven H Miles books online.
Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. In Protocols for Elective Use of Life-sustaining Treatments: A Design Guide (New York: Springer, ), Steven H.
Miles and Carlos F. Gomez have developed a useful resource for institutional ethics committees engaged in policy development They consider the nature and objectives of protocols for the use of life-sustaining treatments, how to.
Author(s): Miles,Steven H; Gomez,Carlos F, Title(s): Protocols for elective use of life-sustaining treatments: a design guide/ Steven H. Miles, Carlos F. Gomez ; foreword by Christine K. Cassel. ©— Bioethics Research Library Box Washington DC Milbank Morial Fund Quarterly/ Health and Snricty 19H6;^ 2.
Miles S. Protocols for elective use of life-sustaining treatment. New Vork: Springer-Ver- IBR, 3. Sprung CL. Changing altitudes and practices in foregoing lirr-suslaiiiiiig treatments. JAMA ; 4. SmedinGeial. Request PDF | Elective Discontinuation of Life‐Sustaining Mechanical Ventilation on a Chronic Ventilator Unit | Withdrawal of medical interventions has.
shop on “Institutional Protocols for Decisions About Life-Sustaining Treatments” held Octo The workshop was a forum for discussion of key issues and review of the contractor’s draft. Participants were selected for their expertise in legal, ethical.
JAMA4. Besdine RW: Decisions to withhold treatment from nursing home residents. J Am Geriatr Soc5. Braithwaite S, Thomasma DC: New guidelines on foregoing life-sustaining treatment in incompetent patients: An anti-cruelty policy. Ann Intern Med6. Buchanan A, Brock DW: Deciding for others.Singer PA, Siegler M.
Elective use of life-sustaining treatments in internal medicine. Adv Intern Med. ; – Finucane TE, Shumway JM, Powers RL, D'Alessandri RM. Planning with elderly outpatients for contingencies of severe illness: a survey and clinical trial.
J Gen Intern Med. Jul-Aug; 3 (4)– Singer PA, Siegler M. Elective use of life-sustaining treatments in internal medicine.
Adv Intern Med. ; – [Lo B, McLeod GA, Saika G. Patient attitudes to discussing life-sustaining treatment.