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Clinical Ethics in Swallowing Disorders related to Neurological Diseases Kenjiro Kunieda 1,2 , Ichiro Fujishima 2 1Department of Neurology, Gifu University Graduate School of Medicine 2Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Hamamatsu City Rehabilitation Hospital Keyword: 摂食嚥下障害 , 認知症 , 神経緩和ケア , ジレンマ , 臨床倫理カンファレンス , swallowing disorder , dementia , neurology palliative care , dilemma , clinical ethics conference pp.797-802
Published Date 2020/7/1
DOI https://doi.org/10.11477/mf.1416201597
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Abstract

Medical staff frequently face ethically difficult situations when patients with severe dysphagia request oral intake. The most important thing to assist them with better ethical decision-making is a discussion based on medically accurate facts. Although medical staff suffer from ethical dilemmas, clinical ethics conferences based on the four principles of clinical ethics are recommended. The process leading to better ethical clinical decision-making is important.


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