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Published in Respiratory Medicine

Journal Scan / Review · July 25, 2020

Discrepancies in Current Practice of Diagnosing Brain Death and Legal Statutes on Brain Death

Journal of Intensive Care Medicine

 

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Journal of Intensive Care Medicine
Current Practice Diagnosing Brain Death Is Not Consistent With Legal Statutes Requiring the Absence of All Brain Function
J Intensive Care Med 2020 Jul 06;[EPub Ahead of Print], M Nair-Collins, FG Miller

From MEDLINE®/PubMed®, a database of the U.S. National Library of Medicine.

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