Elective ventilation and the future of medical professionalism

09:02 EDT 27 Aug 2013 | British Medical Journal

Is elective ventilation an acceptable way to increase organs available for transplant? Duncan Jarvies discusses the ethics with Dominic Wilkinson (associate professor of neonatal medicine and bioethics, and consultant neonatologist, at the University of Adelaide). And Harriet Vickers talks to Iona Heath (president of the Royal College of General...

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