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Ethical dilemma: Discontinuation of ventilation after brain stem death To whom is our duty of care? Policy should be balanced with concern for the family Brain stem death defines death in law



Ethical dilemma: Discontinuation of ventilation after brain stem death To whom is our duty of care? Policy should be balanced with concern for the family Brain stem death defines death in law



BMJ 318(7200): 1753-1755




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DOI: 10.1136/bmj.318.7200.1753


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