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Pistes, nids, plumes, crnes... your wonderful oneear old child is because of a mix up at the hospital not My Bitchy Soulmate yours Wouldou want to exchange the child to try to correct the mistake My Fellow Employees And I Had A Blast Attempting To Answer employees and I had a blast attempting to answer puzzlers posed by the author Now decades later Jacob M Appel who holds a degree in Bioethics along with degrees in umpteen other fields and is probably a certified Bikram Lichen Sclerosis: How to Heal It yoga instructor and undoubtedly this season s Masked Singer takes this idea and applies it to the medical ethics bailiwick These are uestions with no easy answers and indeed though precedent is cited no answers are provided Appel s uestions will challengeou and give our grey matter a good workout They could be great dinner table conversation OR cause mealtime chaos than the mention of the words Trump and impeachment All sorts of hot button issues are covered by the author including head scratchers about reproductive rights genetic testing organ donation and end of life care Some of my favorites What should be done about conjoined twins when only one of them wants to have the separation surgery Is it ethical for doctors to forcibly take blood from a mentally challenged man if that s all that is needed to save his brother s life Who should raise the child when the prospective parents are murdered a grieving would be grandmother or the paid surrogate Oy vey I was glad I wasn t the one who had to make the final decisions PS The author obviously had a great deal of fun taking liberties with the doctor of fun taking liberties with the doctor names Be on the lookout for monikers ou may recognize from TV and literature It s almost as much fun as finding Waldo This is a 10 star book Each of the 100 or so dilemmas all presented as cases conclude with the author s thoughts and uestions to consider If Kojiki you enjoy a book that will makeou think deeply and examine differing points of view then this book will not change The Ultimate EU Test Book Administrators 2020 your life but giveou the uestions Comprendre et grer les conflits dans les entreprises et les organisations you need to answer to help it continue the wayou want it toThere were uite a few dilemmas associated with pregnancy and parents There are men who seek to force women whom they make pregnant to abort or to let them legally give up all rights and responsibilities to the as Islamic Dynasties A Chronological and Genealogical Handbook Islamic Surveys yet unborn child Some men want women to sign a paper before or just after sex presumably absolving the men of all responsibility should she become pregnant Neither the government nor any person should have any jurisdiction over a woman s body and her absolute autonomy over it Besides it s not a paper the man needs it s rubber Ifou don t want a baby then make sure Un Nol River Falls you can t make one Get a vasectomy Ifou are willing to take a very small chance and will take responsibility for accidents then use condoms If Jane and Julio you aren t willing to do either then stay home and play withourselfThis book is very thought provoking My mind returns to it thoughout the day considering the dilemmas seeing how all the participents have different points of view and all of them valid but only some of them having resonance with my own pragmatic point of view which jibes very well with the author s utilitarian philosophy What would I do This book is so worth a readNotes on Reading 3 dilemmas1 If a mother s mitrochondrial dna is problematic and replaced by donor dna in an egg then fertilized with the father s sperm should the resultant child have a two mothers on the birth certificate b should the dna donor be entitled to visitation rights if she should want them and c should the child know she has a second mother and her medical history and possibly her family2 If a man needs a kidney transplant and his daughter who is in her late 40s offers hers and the matching procedure shows that she is not even related to her father should she a be told her deceased mother must have had an affair as she is not her father s daughter and conseuently might need to know her medical history as she knows it is wrong b if she is a match still should she be told Might she then decide she isn t going to give a kidney to someone who is not a blood relative3 Medical records in any hospital are projected to be available to any other hospital or medical professional Should this be so Can we stop it Imagine a pharmacist investigating his daughter s fiance and discovering he was a drug addict Might Cruel Fae (The Dark Fae you wantour podiatrist a possible family friend to know of our previous mental health issue. 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based on actual people and cases mostly in the US and UK If ou d like info thereon actual people and cases mostly in the US and UK If Mille et un champignons you d like info there a robust appendix pointing to related papers articles and books for each dilemmaWith the heavy and at times disturbing medical content it s not a book I can recommend to everyone but I found it fascinating It helped clarify or occasionally muddy my thinking about these ethical issues and pointed me towards some that I didn t even know existed Didou know that with gene editing technology it may be possible to use ancient DNA to bring a Neanderthal to term in a human woman It s creepy and seems like an absolute no go and while Appel leans heavily in that direction he does imagine a semi apocalyptic scenario where it might make senseI had small uibbles with two scenarios One struck me as slightly ableist and used small d deaf to refer to capital D Deaf culture and people The other talked about wrongful birth where a doctor is negligent tying tubes and the woman becomes pregnant and ends up giving birth to a child her fifth Juries find it difficult to award damages for having a healthy baby wanted or not but the discussion didn t touch on ways that settlement money could help the family meet the unexpected expenses of raising another child not to mention psychological impacts The other scenarios offer nuanced thoughts so this one felt out of placeThose are only two small concerns though overall I found Who Says You re Dead fascinating and engrossing I put it down now and then to take a breath who wouldn t after delving into the ethics of full body transplants but it s a compulsive read for medical nonfiction fans and armchair ethicists Thanks to Algonuin Books and Edelweiss for providing a review copy The author is a psychiatrist and bioethicist and he does a great job of sharing thought provoking ethical dilemmas in the health profession Each brief chapter describes a scenario Jacob Appel has given us another uniue book this time looking at mostly medical cases as they might or are viewed ethically While the book is nonfiction the patients privacy has been protected by name and details changedAs mentioned in the book s summary and most appropriate it s similar to a What would Faire l'amour de manire divine you do ifou were the decision maker on each case While the details are given Jacob presents a few thought provoking uestions just to spur us onThe
Best Feature In My Opinion Is That There Are Nofeature in my opinion is that there are no provided in the book we re left with our best guess An educated guess maybe Some I had strong emotions about especially cases involving children or the elderly Some I was baffled and confused actually pleased that I was not involved in the final judgement call This is a fascinating and interesting book and really opens our eyes to what doctors lawyers and families must deal with routinely Bless themThanks Je mourrai pas gibier you Netgalley Algonuin Press and the intelligent and over educated Mr Appel I say that with love and honor and jest Many thanks to Algonuin Books for sending me a copy in exchange for an honest review Who Say Your Dead was a very interesting book though reading it back to back with another very similar science book I did start to get a little boredAs technology evolves and changes so do the rules of science For instance in the 1800s a person was considered dead when they re heart stopped beating Now we have life support Once someone s heart stops beating they can be put on a ventilator that breathes for them Are they dead If not what has to happen for them to be deadThis book covers uestions like there and It was very fascinating I actually ended up listening to the scenario pausing and coming up with my own answer and then continuing to here the author s answer That said about 75% into the book the uestions started to feel repetitive I feel like this is definitely not a book to be read in one sitting which is what I did This is a bookou would take on vacation and pick up once or twice a day reading a chapter or twoOverall I did enjoy this book and the way it made me think and uestion things but I did get bored towards the end I still recommend it though Super fascinating but kind of repetitive at times Review to come Goodreads Blog Pinterest LinkedIn YouTube Instagram Back in the mid eighties I was working at B Dalton Bookseller when The Book of uestions came on the scene It was a small book consisting of open ended uestions that reuired much thought and introspection like If Il est temps d'agir (IC.ESSAIS) you learnedou were going to die in Ng scenarios readers What would ou do Some cases are pulled from today’s headlines others are loosely based on cases reported in professional journals A few identities disguised come from the author’s own clinical encounte.
Review ô eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB Ò Jacob M. AppelWhat an insightful and eye opening book about ethical dilemmas the medical profession faces in this ever changing society There are six parts in this book with different scenarios under each part and the ethical issues that comes with it For example is it ethical for a doctor to
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FATHER OR HIS DAUGHTER THAT ARE NOT BIOLOGICAL RELATEDor his daughter that are not biological related genetic markers during an organ match test reveals that they are not Is it ethical for prisoners on death row who need organ transplant to jump the line in the waiting list Is xenotransplantation ethical when it involves a five month old girl with a severe congenital month old girl with a severe congenital defect Ah ou get what I mean These are interesting ethical issues This book is thought provoking intriguing and shocking and should not be read in one sitting It is replete with information and should be devoured slowly I received a complimentary digital copy of this book from Algonuin Books through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review All views expressed in this review are my own and was not influenced by the author publisher or any third party Medical ethics and the lawJacob M Appel MD sets out several medical scenarios ending with a uestion for the reader to ponder by which time La Muette you could possibly have already made a decision based on the bare facts presentedWhat follows is his Reflections explaining the medicalethical uestions the particular scenario presents the pros cons and the lawSome of these scenarios I had never thought about and some I had never even imagined possible such as the girl who wanted a large fiberglass horn surgically implanted into her skullThe chapter dealing with ventilator allocation is especially apt at this particular timeThe author has a sense of While I do not usually pick up nonfiction books the title of this book intrigued me too much to ignore looking further into its content I know the bare minimum about the medical sciences enough to get me by at the doctor s office but I was amazed by how comprehensive the author made each topic and case study In my own library minded opinion this was an easy to read and thoroughly researched piece of nonfiction One of my favorite moments was learning about theuck factor which is when something is morally wrong et difficult to explain why There are many interesting tidbits and historical facts to read and learn in this work and I think the author did an excellent job of reiterating many points into a layman s understanding of the medical field and its ethical concerns I received a free copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review I won this book for GoodReadsThis book poses a number of ethical issues that arise in real life medicine Many of these issues are presented from extremes which the author acknowledges As a physician I can confirm that these issues do indeed arise freuently however usually much in the gray areaThe author does not provide answers but provides context from which the issue can be approached by different people Although some will take a firm stance on one side or the other of these ethical dilemas I think most will recognize the conflicting principles to be addressed with each issue I think this is a good book for anyone in the field of medicine or with an interest in ethics 35 starsI wasn t sure if I should pick up this book but when I saw that the author is not only a practicing psychiatrist but also a bioethicist and attorney I couldn t resistAppel looks at 79 dilemmas some rare can a millionaire advertise for a new liver to situations many of us will face decisions regarding end of life care Each case is introduced in a succinct vignette and followed up with a reflection covering legal ethical and personal issues that may affect the decision made It truly is a reflection Appel doesn t rule for one side or the other and he s sure to mention factors that could make a seemingly off putting choice rational The setup gives ou a moment to sit and reflect on what EnochDialogues avec dieu et les anges you would do in that situation If a patient revealed that he s gotten away with murder wouldou report it to the police Would Catamount, Tome 3 : La justice des corbeaux you give someone on death row a liver transplant What doou do when the sisters of a dying patient disagree about treatmentThe situations themselves are crafted with care Some are edge cases pushing beyond settled law some straddle an ethical line and others show the most sympathetic patient for a particular treatment or intervention While the vignettes are fictional doctors Sca. Drawing upon the author’s two decades of teaching medical ethics at America’s top universities and medical schools and his work as a practicing psychiatrist this innovative book asks readers when faced with complex unsettli. .