Informed consent: cultural and religious issues associated with the use of allogenic and xenogenic mesh products

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Title

Informed consent: cultural and religious issues associated with the use of allogenic and xenogenic mesh products

Author

Jenkins, Eric D.
Yip, Michael
Melman, Lora
Frisella, Margaret M.
Matthews, Brent D.

Publisher

2010/04/00

Language

English

Publication Date

20100400

Primary Classification

8.3.1

Secondary Classification

8.3.1;1.2;19.1;22.7

Primary keywords

cultural pluralism--[pri];culture--[pri];informed consent--[pri];religion--[pri];religious ethics--[pri];religiously prohibited materials--[pri];tissue transplantation--[pri];xenotransplantation--[pri]

Secondary keywords

animal organs;animal rights;biomedical technologies;blood transfusions;Buddhist ethics;disclosure;food;Hindu ethics;Islamic ethics;Jehovah's Witnesses;Jewish ethics;Protestant ethics;questionnaires;Roman Catholic ethics;surgery;survey

Subject

United States

Journal Article

Journal of the American College of Surgeons 2010 April; 210(4): 402-410

Note

36

Primary Document Type

ja

Call Number

citation

Subject Captions

a r

Bibliography

35 refs.

Collection

Citation

“Informed consent: cultural and religious issues associated with the use of allogenic and xenogenic mesh products,” Islamic Medical & Scientific Ethics, accessed June 17, 2024, http://imse.ibp.georgetown.domains/items/show/34672.