Indicators and criteria of consciousness: ethical implications for the care of behaviourally unresponsive patients
BMC Medical Ethics, March 2022
Michele Farisco, Cyriel Pennartz, Jitka Annen, Benedetta Cecconi, Kathinka Evers
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