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(J Clin Ethics[TA])
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  • A Survey of Physicians' Attitudes toward Decision-Making Authority for Initiating and Withdrawing VA-ECMO: Results and Ethical Implications for Shared Decision Making. [Journal Article]
  • JCJ Clin Ethics 2016; 27(4):281-289
  • Meltzer EC, Ivascu NS, … Fins JJ
  • CONCLUSIONS: Surveyed physicians, especially those who self-reported as knowledgeable about VA-ECMO and/or were specialists in pulmonary/critical care, favored a medical locus of decisional authority for VA-ECMO. VA-ECMO is complex, and the data may (1) reflect physicians' hesitance to cede authority to presumably less knowledgeable patients and surrogates, (2) stem from a stewardship of resources perspective, and/or (3) point to practical efforts to avoid futility and utility disputes. Whether these results indicate a more widespread reversion to paternalism or a more circumscribed usurping of decisional authority occasioned by VA-ECMO necessitates further study.
  • New Paradigms in Medical Ethics. [Journal Article]
  • JCJ Clin Ethics 2016; 27(4):267-280
  • Howe EG
  • As new technologies develop, new ethical paradigms may be needed. This article considers several examples, such as stopping venoarterial extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (VA-ECMO), treating patien...
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