Ethical issues in healthcare for mother and fetus = ¿khlḡh dar murḡh︠bat hȳ︠ salamt̄-︠ md̄r̄ va jn̄n̐

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Title

Ethical issues in healthcare for mother and fetus = ¿khlḡh dar murḡh︠bat hȳ︠ salamt̄-︠ md̄r̄ va jn̄n̐

Author

Aramesh, Kiarash

Publisher

20080000

Language

Persian

Publication Date

20080000

Abstract

The speaker described the views of secular pro-choice and pro-life groups on abortion and care of the pregnant woman and fetus and then discusses the views of world religions such as Islam, Christianity, and Judaism. Aramesh discussed the أmaternal fetal conflicts and ethical dilemmas that arise in the care of pregnant womenؤ. He discussed the rape, multiple children and financial problem cases and Islamic law on abortion. His presentation included case studies and the views of the Shia, Sunni, Malki, Hanbel, Hanafi and Shafei branches of Islam concerning embryonic development from the time of fertilization to the end of eight week after fertilization.

Primary Classification

12.3

Secondary Classification

12.3;1.2;12.5.2;9.5.5;9.5.8

Primary keywords

abortion--[pri];Islamic ethics--[pri];pregnant women--[pri];prenatal care--[pri];religious ethics--[pri]

Secondary keywords

attitudes;beginning of life;embryonic development;embryos;fetuses;mother fetus relationship;patient care;secularism

Subject

Iran

Conference

Second International Congress of Medical Ethics in Iran; Medical Ethics and History of Medicine Research Center, Tehran Iran; 2008 April 16-18; Tehran University of Medical Sciences

Journal Article

Second International Congress of Medical Ethics in Iran 2008 April 16-18 Accessed: http://mehr.tums.ac.ir/Default.aspx?lang=en [2010 November 1]

Link for Internet access

Primary Document Type

upd; lecture

Call Number

file

Collection

Citation

“Ethical issues in healthcare for mother and fetus = ¿khlḡh dar murḡh︠bat hȳ︠ salamt̄-︠ md̄r̄ va jn̄n̐,” Islamic Medical & Scientific Ethics, accessed June 18, 2024, http://imse.ibp.georgetown.domains/items/show/34324.