Gastroenterology and the law

Cifarelli, Philip S.
March 1984
American Journal of Gastroenterology;Mar1984, Vol. 79 Issue 3, p242
Academic Journal
Focuses on the decision of the California State Court of Appeals to dismiss the murder charges against internist Neil L. Barber and surgeon Robert J. Nejdl. Views on the legislative guidelines governing physicians; Importance of addressing the issues of nutrition and water or intravenous hydration withdrawal in the guidelines governing physicians; Advice for bioethics committees within the hospital framework.


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