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Ethical issues in artificial nutrition and hydration



Ethical issues in artificial nutrition and hydration



Nutrition in Clinical Practice 21(2): 118-125



From the time of Hippocrates, approximately 2500 years ago, medical ethics has been seen as an essential complement to medical science in pursuit of the healing art of medicine. This is no less true today, not only for physicians but also for other essential professionals involved in patient care, including clinical nutrition support practitioners.

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DOI: 10.1177/0115426506021002118


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