Ethical issues in pediatric emergency mass critical care

@article{Antommaria2011EthicalII,
  title={Ethical issues in pediatric emergency mass critical care},
  author={Armand H. Matheny Antommaria and T. Powell and Jennifer E Miller and M. Christian},
  journal={Pediatric Critical Care Medicine},
  year={2011},
  volume={12},
  pages={S163-S168}
}
Introduction: As a result of recent events, including natural disasters and pandemics, mass critical care planning has become a priority. In general, planning involves limiting the scope of disasters, increasing the supply of medical resources, and allocating scarce resources. Entities at varying levels have articulated ethical frameworks to inform policy development. In spite of this increased focus, children have received limited attention. Children require special attention because of their… Expand
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