Ethical Issues of Resuscitation
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There are a wide variety of ethical issues and dilemmas involving resuscitation, the act of restoring life to a patient in cardiorespiratory arrest. Decisions must be made rapidly, and often must be based on suboptimal levels of information available at the time.
Marco, C. A.
(1999). Ethical Issues of Resuscitation. Emergency Medicine Clinics of North America, 17 (2), 527-538.