P. B. Barroso

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In daily practice physicians are professionally obliged to interpret ethical precepts and laws in emergency situations under extreme pressure when resuscitation measures leave little or no time to consider deontological issues. The extent to which extraprofessional experiences influence physicians' attitudes towards death and terminal patients is a(More)
Pregnant women have always believed that an unpleasant event during her pregnancy an accident, a shock, a great sadness could lead to the birth of an imperfect child, or worse, a "monster" (Daston, Park, 1998; Duden, 1991). Since the 70s, the improvement of prenatal diagnosis (PND) changed this situation, since it is not more than vague apprehensions, but(More)
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