The ETHICA study (part I): elderly’s thoughts about intensive care unit admission for life-sustaining treatments

@article{Philippart2013TheES,
  title={The ETHICA study (part I): elderly’s thoughts about intensive care unit admission for life-sustaining treatments},
  author={François Philippart and Aur{\'e}lien V{\'e}sin and C{\'e}dric Bruel and A. Kpodji and Bernard Durand-Gasselin and Pierre Garçon and Mich{\`e}le L{\'e}vy-Soussan and J. L. Jagot and Nadine Calvo-Verjat and Jean François Timsit and Benoit Y Misset and Ma{\"i}t{\'e} Garrouste-Orgeas},
  journal={Intensive Care Medicine},
  year={2013},
  volume={39},
  pages={1565-1573}
}
To assess preferences among individuals aged ≥80 years for a future hypothetical critical illness requiring life-sustaining treatments. Observational cohort study of consecutive community-dwelling elderly individuals previously hospitalised in medical or surgical wards and of volunteers residing in nursing homes or assisted-living facilities. The participants were interviewed at their place of residence after viewing films of scenarios involving the use of non-invasive mechanical ventilation… CONTINUE READING
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