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Epidemiology and ethics in the neonatal intensive care unit.Academic Article Why?
Nelson Kelly, KellyPerson Why?
Birth weight-specific mortality for extremely low birth weight infants vanishes by four days of life: epidemiology and ethics in the neonatal intensive care unit.Academic Article Why?
Ross, LainiePerson Why?
Toxicology testing in neonates. Is it ethical, and what does it mean?Academic Article Why?
Current opinion in pediatrics: ethics and law 2001.Academic Article Why?
Clinical and ethical considerations in managing carrier detection.Academic Article Why?
Putting futility to use in the NICU: ethical implications of non-survival after CPR in very low-birth-weight infants.Academic Article Why?
An ethical and policy analysis of elective transplantation for metabolic conditions diagnosed by newborn screening.Academic Article Why?
Some are old, some are new: life and death in the ICU.Academic Article Why?
Carlos, ChristinePerson Why?
Against newborn screening for type 1 diabetes.Academic Article Why?
Loeff, DeborahPerson Why?
Epidemiology, economics, and ethics in the NICU: reflections from 30 years of neonatology practice.Academic Article Why?
Minimizing risks: the ethics of predictive diabetes mellitus screening research in newborns.Academic Article Why?
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