volume 23, issue 1, P31-39 2015
DOI: 10.1590/1983-80422015231043
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Abstract: AbstractThis study discusses ethical issues related to decisions about end-of-life care. The decision making process in clinical bioethics was selected as a basis for the study. Additionally, criteria for assessing and adopting positions on end-of-life issues were analyzed, including the necessity of including (or their substitutes), family members and healthcare practitioners in the decision making-process, in an atmosphere where respect for autonomy -with all its nuances and limitations -plays a key role. K…

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