D.倫理的問題

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D2.Jansson L, Norberg A.

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D3.Scanlon C, Fleming C.

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D4.Davidson B, Vander Laan R, Davis A, et al.

Ethical reasoning associated with the feeding of terminally ill elderly cancer patients. An international perspective.

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D5.Bodinsky GN.

Ethical dilemmas: a case study.

Gastroenterol Nurs. 1991; 13: 206-8.


D6.Fainsinger RL, Chan K, Bruera E.

Total parenteral nutrition for a terminally ill patient?

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D7.Goldstein MK, Fuller JD.

Intensity of treatment in malnutrition. The ethical considerations.

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D8.Day L, Drought T, Davis AJ.

Principle-based ethics and nurses' attitudes towards artificial feeding.

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D9.Kinzbrunner BM.

Ethical dilemmas in hospice and palliative care.

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D10.Chapman G.

An oncology patient's choice to forgo nonvolitional nutrition support: ethical considerations.

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D11.Mercadante S.

Nutrition in cancer patients.

Support Care Cancer. 1996; 4: 10-20.


D12.Meares CJ.

Nutritional issues in palliative care.

Semin Oncol Nurs. 2000; 16: 135-45.


D13.Schwarte A.

Ethical decisions regarding nutrition and the terminally ill.

Gastroenterol Nurs. 2001; 24: 29-33.


D14.Breier-Mackie S, Newell CJ.

Home parenteral nutrition: an ethical decision making dilemma.

Aust J Adv Nurs. 2002; 19: 27-32.