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Published in Respiratory Medicine

Journal Scan / Research · March 23, 2021

Evaluating Awareness and Attitudes Toward the Neuroscientific and Ethical Debate Around the AAN Brain Death Criteria

Journal of Intensive Care Medicine

 

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Journal of Intensive Care Medicine
A Framework for Revisiting Brain Death: Evaluating Awareness and Attitudes Toward the Neuroscientific and Ethical Debate Around the American Academy of Neurology Brain Death Criteria
J Intensive Care Med 2021 Feb 22;[EPub Ahead of Print], K Chatterjee, MY Rady, JL Verheijde, RJ Butterfield

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