Ethics of Hospital Resource Allocation for Terminally Ill Patients
A 4 page review of the ethics involved in making space allocation for terminally ill patients. Presents the view that decisions to provide care for terminally ill patients may deny care to patients who, with care, would be more likely to survive. Concludes that this is a complex dilemma which must be decided on an individual case by case basis. Includes a Roman Numeral Outline. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
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