العلاج الطبي

Dublin Core

Title

العلاج الطبي

Transliterated title

al-ʻIlāj al-ṭibbī

Translated title

Medical treatment

Author

عبدالله، محمد عبدالله
ʻAbd Allāh, Muḥammad ʻAbd Allāh

Publisher

1992

Publication Date

19920000

Abstract

يقدم هذا المقال النقاشات التي وردت في الفقه الإسلامي حول مسألة التداوي وخاصة في حالة الأمراض التي لم يكتشف لها بعد دواء ناجع.

Abstract Translated

This article presents the discussions in Islamic jurisprudence on medical treatment especially when it concerns diseases for which effective medicine has not yet been discovered. I added CL 8.3.1 for 691 informed consent (rather than the more generic 9.2), 20.4.1 for 691 terminal care, and 20.5.1 for 691 futility -- does this imply that 691 allowing to die and/or withholding treatment should be added to the indexing?

Primary Classification

9.1

Secondary Classification

9.1;1.2;8.3.1; 20.4.1; 20.5.1

Primary keywords

fiqh--[pri];futility--[pri];informed consent--[pri];Muslim religious scholars--[pri];schools of Islamic law --[pri];Sunna--[pri];terminal care--[pri];terminally ill--[pri];therapeutics--[pri]

Secondary keywords

physician patient relationship;religiously prohibited materials

Journal Article

مجلة مجمع الفقه الإسلامي الدولي.1987، العدد السابع ، الجزء الثالث : 673-679;Majallat Majmaʻ al-Fiqh al-Islāmī al-Dawlī,1987, 7 (3): 673-679

Bibliography

Includes references

Collection

Citation

“العلاج الطبي,” Islamic Medical & Scientific Ethics, accessed June 25, 2024, http://imse.ibp.georgetown.domains/items/show/35534.