Political challenges to biomedical universalism: kidney-failure among Egypt's poor

Dublin Core

Title

Political challenges to biomedical universalism: kidney-failure among Egypt's poor

Author

Hamdy, Sherine F.

Publisher

2013/00/00

Language

English

Publication Date

20130000

Primary Classification

19.3

Secondary Classification

19.3;19.5;7.1;1.2

Primary keywords

Islamic ethics--[pri];kidneys--[pri];organ donation--[pri];organ transplantation--[pri]

Secondary keywords

anthropology;bioethics;biomedical technologies;brain death;cadavers;commerce;culture;disadvantaged persons;environmental health;family members;health disparities;health hazards;kidney diseases;living donors;non-Western world;organ donors;quality of health care;social class;socioeconomic factors;sociology;vulnerable populations

Subject

Egypt--[pri]

Journal Article

Medical Anthropology:Cross-Cultural Studies in Health and Illness2013; 32(4):374-392 [Online first]. Accessed: 2013 March 5

Call Number

citation

Bibliography

118 refs.

ISSN

01459740 (print);15455882 (online)

Collection

Citation

“Political challenges to biomedical universalism: kidney-failure among Egypt's poor,” Islamic Medical & Scientific Ethics, accessed June 22, 2024, http://imse.ibp.georgetown.domains/items/show/35793.