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Author:Henk ten Have , Jos V.M. Welie
Data Source:[J].Journal of Pain and Symptom Management(IF 2.601), 2014, Vol.47 (1), pp.123-136Elsevier
Abstract:Abstract(#br)The aim of this article was to review the ethical debate concerning palliative sedation. Although recent guidelines articulate the differences between palliative sedation and euthanasia, the ethical controversies remain. The dominant view is that euthanasia and palli...
Author:Henk ten Have , Jane Seymour ...
Data Source:[J].Journal of Pain and Symptom Management(IF 2.601), 2004, Vol.29 (1), pp.14-21Elsevier
Abstract:Abstract(#br)Three strands of activity can be identified in the history of pain measurement. The first, psychophysics, dates back to the nineteenth century and measures the effect of analgesia by quantifying the noxious stimulation required to elicit pain, as well as the maximum ...
Author:Henk ten Have
Data Source:[J].Journal of Bioethical Inquiry(IF 0.594), 2015, Vol.12 (3), pp.395-408Springer
Abstract:Abstract(#br)Vulnerability has become a popular though controversial topic in bioethics, notably since 2000. As a result, a common body of knowledge has emerged (1) distinguishing between different types of vulnerability, (2) criticizing the categorization of populations as vulne...
Author:Henk ten Have
Data Source:[J].Lancet Oncology(IF 25.117), 2000, Vol.1 (3), pp.137-137Elsevier

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