Consideraciones ético y clínicas en la nutrición e hidratación artificial al final de la vida

Ethical and clinical considerations in artificial nutrition and artificial hydration at the end of life

  • Cristian Meza Valladares Unidad de Hemato-Oncología, Clínica las Condes (Santiago de Chile, Chile)
Palabras clave: Nutrición enteral, Nutrición parenteral, Hidratación artificial, Final de vida
Key-words: Enteral nutrition, Parenteral nutrition, Artificial hydration, End of life

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Meza Valladares, Cristian. Consideraciones ético y clínicas en la nutrición e hidratación artificial al final de la vida. Ética de los Cuidados. 2021; 14: e13020. Disponible en: http://ciberindex.com/c/et/e13020 [acceso: 20/05/2022]
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