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Contemporary biomedical ethical issues and Jewish law

Author: Fred Rosner
Publisher: Jersey City, N.J. : KTAV Pub. House, [2007?]
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Fred Rosner
ISBN: 9780881259469 0881259462
OCLC Number: 77271074
Description: xxii, 239 p. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Genetic screening and genetic therapy --
The ethical use of stem cells --
Medical research in children --
Human cloning --
Separating Siamese twins --
The treatment of newborns with ambiguous or traumatized genitalia --
Physicians' fees in Jewish law --
Medical confidentiality and patient privacy --
Court-ordered medical and surgical interventions --
Informed consent: recent developments --
Informing the patient about a fatal disease: from paternalism to autonomy --
Medical malpractice, negligence, and liability in liability --
Problem doctors: is there a solution? --
Patients' rights and caregivers' rights (physicians and nurses) --
The Terri Schiavo case in Jewish law --
Death by withdrawal of nutrition and hydration: mercy or murder? --
Hospice care for the terminally ill: help or hindrance? --
Futile care for the terminally ill: it may be legal, but is it ethical or morally justifiable? --
Human research in critically ill patients in an ICU or emergency room setting --
Organ transplantation and Jewish law --
Payment for organ donors --
Ethical dilemmas of an observant Jewish physician practicing in a secular society --
Managed care : a Jewish view --
Therapeutic efficacy of laughter in medicine --
Allocation or misallocation of limited medical resources --
Are the courts practicing medicine? --
Smoking, lung cancer, and the tobacco industry : ethical considerations --
Bioterrorism : are we prepared?
Responsibility: Fred Rosner.
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