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A Framework for Practiceand III that parents of critically ill infants be provided not only the moral, but also the legal possibility of refusing life-sustaining treatment. Medical models of the relationship between a pregnant woman and an unborn child in Polish. Lantos, Meadow  — J. Chervenak, McCullough, Levine  — F.
Lodz Unit of UNESCO Chair in Bioethics (Haifa) | UNESCO Bioethics
Wilkinson  — D. Lyerly, Little, Faden  — A.
Published Sep 4, Ethical Issues, Londons. Kopelman  — L. Rutkowska [b] — M. Orfali  — K. Downloads Download data is not yet available.
Kazimierz Szewczyk, Decyzje krytyczne w neonatologii i standardy ich podejmowania – PhilPapers
Dangel [a] — T. Fleischman  — A. Their negative impact on the moral education of medical students and physicians is documented through the choice of examples from Polish medical schools and the statements of Polish physicians.
The article contains an analysis of a few sentences and concepts in the field of bioethics of two authors: Szewczyk  — K. Sowa  — A. Szewczyk  — K. Quick jump to page content. Moral status of the human, and especially being a person, it would depend on the degree of its development.
Lodz Unit of UNESCO Chair in Bioethics (Haifa)
McCullough, The Fetus as a Patient: Peter Singer and Kazimierz Szewczyk. Galewicz [b] — W.
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References Brown  — S. Kipnis  — K. Diametros32 In the second model, as its name suggests, the prenatal phases of human life gain the moral status of an independent patient. Abstract The paper traces the factors which promote a change in the relationship model between a pregnant woman and a fetus, from a complex one-patient medical model bioetykaa a two-patient model.
In the second part of the paper I analyze the attempt to offer a theoretical justification of the status of fetus as a patient taken up by Frank Chervenak and Laurence McCullough, in which the szewczyl of the complex one-patient medical model of a pregnant woman and a fetus are preserved. Should parents have the right to make life-and-death decisions concerning critically ill infants?
Kazimkerz main mistake it seems identifying the concepts with names.
I also justify the thesis that the teaching of medical ethics szewvzyk ethics-as-tools is deeply rooted within the Polish moral cultural tradition. Spence  — K. Strong, Moral Status and the Fetus: