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Eleanor Roosevelt's last days: A bioethical case study

AJMPlus | Apr 30, 2015

When Eleanor Roosevelt died in 1962, she was widely regarded as "the greatest woman in the world." Despite her celebrity, or more likely because of it, she had to endure a prolonged period of intense suffering and humiliation before dying, which was due in large part to her medical care. Her case reveals a great deal about the evolution of the bioethics of dying and concepts of end-of-life care in America. The American Journal of Medicine (04/2015)


Enoxaparin vs. warfarin

AJMPlus | May 07, 2015

Predictors of intraoperative hypotension and bradycardia

AJMPlus | May 21, 2015

Discharge before noon: An urban legend

AJMPlus | May 07, 2015

Painless unilateral proptosis

AJMPlus | Apr 30, 2015

Results of intravenous ultrasound-guided percutaneous coronary intervention

AJMPlus | May 21, 2015

Predictors of percutaneous coronary intervention outcome

AJMPlus | Apr 30, 2015

Measurement of incretin hormones

AJMPlus | Apr 30, 2015

There are no nonresponders to resistance training

AJMPlus | May 21, 2015

CVD risk better determined using waist-to-height ratio

AJMPlus | May 14, 2015


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