A case study from the perspective of medical ethics: refusal of treatment in an ambulance

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Title

A case study from the perspective of medical ethics: refusal of treatment in an ambulance

Author

Erbay, Hasan
Alan, Sultan
Kadioglu, Selim

Language

English

Publication Date

20101111

Primary Classification

8.3.4

Secondary Classification

8.3.4; 9.5.1; 19.4; 1.2

Primary keywords

autonomy [pri]; blood transfusions [pri]; emergency care [pri]; ethical analysis [pri]; Muslims [pri]; religion [pri]; treatment refusal [pri]

Secondary keywords

beneficence; case studies; competence; cultural pluralism; decision making; fasting; injuries; Islamic ethics; Islamic rituals ;physical restraint; physician patient relationship; traffic accidents

Journal Article

Journal of Medical Ethics 2010 November 11; 36(11): 652-655

Note

© 2010, Published by the BMJ Publishing Group Limited. RightsLink

Primary Document Type

j

Subject Captions

c

Bibliography

20 refs.

ISSN

03066800 (print): 14734257 (online)

Collection

Citation

“A case study from the perspective of medical ethics: refusal of treatment in an ambulance,” Islamic Medical & Scientific Ethics, accessed July 22, 2024, http://imse.ibp.georgetown.domains/items/show/34709.