Which features of patients are morally relevant in ventilator triage? A survey of the UK public
In the early stages of the COVID-19 pandemic, many health systems, including those in the UK, developed triage guidelines to manage severe shortages of ventilators. At present, there is an insufficient understanding of how the public views these guidelines, and little evidence on which features of a patient the public believe should and should not be considered in ventilator triage.
Two surveys were conducted with representativ... Expand abstract
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