Part 2: パンデミック時における人工呼吸器治療の差し控え・中止議論に関する資料を公開します

最終更新: 2020年11月18日

COVID-19パンデミック時における人工呼吸器治療の差し控え・中止議論について、2020年9月13日、第32回生命・医療倫理研究会で発表しました(Part 1: ACPからの続き)。これまでの報道や論文などから、諸外国ではどのような議論があったのか、どのような倫理的課題が提示されたのか、現時点での情報をまとめた資料を公開いたします。資料作成に使用した引用文献は次の通りです。

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