Ethics in medical progress; with special reference to transplantation. Edited by G.E.W. Wolstenholme and Maeve O'Connor.
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Wolstenholme, G. E. W.
Ethics, Medical -- congresses
Medical ethics -- Congresses.
Transplantation -- congresses
Transplantation -- legislation
Transplantation of organs, tissues, etc. -- Congresses.
x, 257 pages 21 cm.
Appendix 2: Human experimentation; Code of ethics of the World Medical Association (Declaration of Helsinki)--Appendix 3: Declaration of Geneva.--Appendix 4: Replies of Pope Pius XII to some important questions concerning "reanimation."--Appendix 5: Human tissue act, 1961.--Appendix 6: District of Columbia tissue bank act, 1962.
Chairman's opening remarks, by Lord Kilbrandon.--Transplantation: the clinical problem, by M.F.A. Woodruff.--An old-established procedure: the development of blood transfusion, by G.E.W. Wolstenholme.--A recently established procedure: corneal transplantation, by P.V. Rycroft.--Organ transplantation: the practical possibilities, by J.E. Murray.--Transplantation: existing legal constraints, by D.W. Louisell.--Some ethical and economic problems associated with intermittent haemodialysis, by H.E. de Wardener.--Problems of ethics in relation to haemodialysis and transplantation, by G.E. Schreiner.--Some general consideratons, by J. Hamburger.--Ethical problems in medical procedures, by R. Platt.--Outlines of a legislation on transplantation, by R. Cortesini.--Transplantation: acceptability of procedures and the required legal sanctions, by D. Danube.--Chairman's closing remarks, by Lord Kilbrandon.--Appendix 1: The Nuremberg code.--
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