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Bioethics: cancelling patient operations.

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Summary of "Bioethics: cancelling patient operations."

This review aims to surmise a bioethical approach to the phenomenon of cancelling patient operations. There is increasing public and political interest in the matter with a rise in the frequency of cancellations. Cancellations are emotional for patients and are difficult clinical decisions.

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Name: Current opinion in anaesthesiology
ISSN: 1473-6500
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