Attitudes of mothers, doctors, and nurses toward neonatal intensive care in a developing society.

@article{Wainer1993AttitudesOM,
  title={Attitudes of mothers, doctors, and nurses toward neonatal intensive care in a developing society.},
  author={Sandra Wainer and H Khuzwayo},
  journal={Pediatrics},
  year={1993},
  volume={91 6},
  pages={1171-5}
}
BACKGROUND The ethical allocation of scarce resources is a major challenge for physicians working in the developing world. Guidelines currently employed by health care workers in the developed world may be considered impractical or inappropriate in the "Third World." OBJECTIVE To gain insight into the attitudes of doctors, nurses, and mothers of recent neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) survivors toward the utilization and withdrawal of life support in the context of a developing society… CONTINUE READING

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