2 edition of Medical considerations for legalizing voluntary sterilization found in the catalog.
Medical considerations for legalizing voluntary sterilization
F. I. D. Konotey-Ahulu
by Law and Population Programme, Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy in Medford, Mass
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||by F. I. D. Konotey-Ahulu.|
|Series||Law and Population monograph series :, no. 13|
|LC Classifications||RD571 .K58|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||28 p. :|
|Number of Pages||28|
|LC Control Number||75303167|
Start studying Medical Ethics Chapter ethical issues relating to life. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. -legal status of offspring a concern-ethical considerations. Gestational period. Voluntary sterilization-few legal . Involuntary sterilization is usually ordered by a court. Contraception is a temporary way to end reproduction abilities. Abortions end the life of the fetus. DIF: Cognitive Level: Knowledge REF: pp. The following key question is raised in debates about voluntary abortion.
Sterilization is an irreversible medical procedure with profound physical and psychological effects. Forced sterilization is an act of violence,  a form of social control, and a violation of the right to be free from torture and other cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment. But sterilization gained only limited political support. Catholics objected to interfering with human reproduction, and liberals decried the violation of individual rights. Before , the passage of national statutes legalizing “voluntary” sterilization of inmates of prisons and state mental hospitals proved politically feasible only in.
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Medical considerations for legalizing voluntary sterilization: sickle cell disease as a case in point: background paper presented at the second International Conference on Voluntary Sterilization, Geneva, February March 1, 1.
Author(s): Konotey-Ahulu,F I Title(s): Medical considerations for legalizing sterilization: sickle cell disease as a case in point/ F.I. Konotey-Ahulu. Country of Publication: United States Publisher: Medford, Massachusetts, Tufts University, Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Description: 28 p.
Sterilization of Medical Devices. This book presents vital information on international sterilization standards and guidance on practical application of these standards in the manufacturing process.
It covers validation, industrial sterilization methods, emerging sterilization techniques, laboratory testing, manufacturing of sterile devices, and device reuse.4/5(1).
LEGAL CONSIDERATIONS FOR THE PHYSICIAN` WILLIAM J. MCWILLIAMS, NEw YORK, N. (Attorney-at-Law) THE State of New York and nineteen other states in the United States have no statutes relating to human sterilization. The other twenty-eight states of the Union have laws providing for either compulsory or voluntary sterilization of mentally Cited by: 1.
Sterilization of Medical Devices 1st Edition by Anne Booth (Author) ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important. ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book.
The digit and digit formats both work. Cited by: Issue of Failed Sterilization, Medical Negligence and Compensation as stated Medical considerations for legalizing voluntary sterilization book a book: “Failed sterilization: opinion real and the choice made was voluntary.
Moral and Ethical Issues: Guardianship, Sterilization, Involuntary Servitude, Baby Doe, and Euthanasia Since ancient times, moral and ethical issues have surrounded society‟s treatment of people with developmental disabilities. While times and circumstances have changed, many of these basic moral and ethical dilemmas have not.
If we're going to talk about voluntary sterilization—or even the simple act of opting to have few or no children—we've got to get everyone on the same historical page. While I tend to take for granted that people understand the history of forced sterilization in the U.S., as well as countries.
Sterilization should thus be considered permanent. Decision should thus be made by the woman based on voluntary informed choice and should not be made under duress.
Similarly the International Federation of Gynaecology and Obstetrics (FIGO) stated that, "no incentives should be given to promote or discourage any particular decisions regarding.
Sterilisation of young, competent, and childless adults Piers Benn, lecturer in medical ethics and law 1 and Martin Lupton, consultant in obstetrics and gynaecology 2 1 Medical Ethics Unit, Department of Primary Care and Social Medicine, Imperial College London, London W6 8RPCited by: Most medical and surgical devices used in healthcare facilities are made of materials that are heat stable and therefore undergo heat, primarily steam, sterilization.
However, sincethere has been an increase in medical devices and instruments made of materials (e.g., plastics) that require low-temperature sterilization. Sterilization describes a process that destroys or eliminates all forms of microbial life and is carried out in health-care facilities by physical or chemical methods.
Steam under pressure, dry heat, EtO gas, hydrogen peroxide gas plasma, and liquid chemicals are the principal sterilizing agents used in health-care facilities. Sterilization – A to z James AgallocoJames Agalloco Agalloco & Associates Sterilization – A to z Sterilization is a critical process in the pharmaceutical industry for the control of microbial populationsmicrobial populations.
While most prevalent in the manufacture of sterile products it. Approximately million female sterilizations take place in the United States annually. If an average rate of deaths peroperations is assumed, this means that about 50 to 55 women die each year from surgical sterilization about three times the number that die from legal abortion.
Previous ed. has title: Delmar's comprehensive medical assisting Includes bibliographical references and index SECTION I: GENERAL PROCEDURES: UNIT 1: INTRODUCTION TO MEDICAL ASSISTING AND HEALTH PROFESSIONS: Medical assisting as a profession -- Health care settings and the health care team -- History of medicine -- UNIT 2: THE THERAPEUTIC APPROACH: Therapeutic.
Involuntary Sterilization Then and Now Sterilization laws may be in the past, but the practice and ideology lives on. Posted The experience of the Nazi medical experiments performed in the concentration camps has made it painfully aware that medical experiments on human beings need to conform to well-defined ethical standards and should supersede the justification that such experiments may yield results for the “greater good of society” that might not be obtained by other methods or means of study.
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Sterilization of Puerto Rican Women: A Selected, Partially Annotated Bibliography (Louis de Malave, ) This bibliography is number 80 of the series BIBLIOGRAPHIES IN GENDER AND WOMEN’S STUDIES published by the University of Wisconsin System Office of the Gender and Women’s Studies Librarian, Memorial Library, State Street, Madison, WI ; STERILE MEDICAL DEVICE PACKAGE DEVELOPMENT A government committee studied the best approach to new comprehensive device legislation, and, as a result, in a new law amended the Act and provided the FDA with significant additional authority concerning the regulation of medical devices.
The amendments includedFile Size: KB. Population Report. SERIES C-D NUMBER 2. APRIL STERILIZATION. Department of Medical and Public Affai~, The George Washington Unive~ity Medical Center, S Street, N.W.
Washington, D.C. THE WORLD'S LAWS ON VOLUNTARY STERILIZATION .C. Krimbas, in International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences, 4 Switzerland and the Scandinavian Countries.
Along with some of the states of the USA, Switzerland was of the first countries to pass a law for compulsory sterilization, in Even as late as the early s, recidivist rapists were given a choice, either to be castrated and go free, or suffer life.will further clarify the issues.
The endnotes at the back of the book offer more detailed information and provide relevant legal citations. This booklet, however, cannot take the place of individualized legal advice. A young person or provider may need to consult an attorney to address complex legal issues concerning health care.