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Research Article | Open Access
Volume 14 2022 | None
EMERGING TRENDS ON BIO-MEDICALPRACTICE WITH SPECIAL FOCUS ON EUTHANASIA
Rumana Afrose, Dr. Anita Kumari Gupta
Pages: 948-953
Abstract
Medical ethics is a set of moral rules that includes applying moral standards and making ethical decisions. It's a hotly contested subject in debates over euthanasia and abortion. The medical field is frequently regarded as a noble one that contributes to life support. One of the topics of applied ethics that is frequently debated is medical ethics. Like any other profession, medicine has a wide range of ethical problems that might be addressed, particularly in the practice of medicine and the close interaction between a patient and a doctor. It is possible to find evidence of the medical profession dating back to Hippocrates' writings, where the use of lethal medications, abortion, euthanasia, and doctor misbehavior were all seen as unethical. This article focuses on the moral conundrums that arise in the doctor-patient interaction, particularly when euthanasia is used.
Keywords
Bio-Medical, Euthanasia, Physician, Patients
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