April 14, 2012

The dead donor rule and means-end reasoning–a reply to Gardiner and Sparrow


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Gardiner and Sparrow argued in a 2010 article that the pre-mortem procedures as typically used in donation after cardiac death (DCD) protocols violate a proper understanding of the dead donor rule (DDR). Napier argues that whether or not particular pre-mortem interventions violate this condition of respect for the donor will depend on whether they are properly understood as treating a patient

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