A detailed approach to dangerous disease and therapy in Jewish Law. Part I covers principles, risk, dangerous and terminal illness, withholding therapy, analgesia in dangerously ill patients, resuscitation, coercion and consent, triage, interventions in pregnancy, experimental therapy, prophylactic surgery, screening and prevention, among others.
Analysed cases demonstrate clinical applications. Part II shows where the Jewish approach differs from much of current practice.
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