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[Fertility and HIV: equal opportunity for everyone].

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Harefuah [Harefuah] 2013 Apr; Vol. 152 (4), pp. 235-7, 245.

Abstract:Highly active antiretroviral treatment (HAART), the increase in life expectancy and improved HIV viral detection methods, have all led to a change in attitude towards fertility in people living with HIV. There is now acknowledgment of the fundamental r...

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[Arrhythmogenic right ventricular dysplasia].

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Harefuah [Harefuah] 1995 Dec 01; Vol. 129 (11), pp. 464-7, 535.

Abstract:Arrhythmogenic right ventricular dysplasia is a cardiomyopathy with autopsy evidence of fibrous and fatty infiltration of the right ventricular. The disease, which shows familial clustering, causes electrical instability that may place affected subject...

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[Can we determine attitudes towards "right to die" among Israeli doctors?].

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Harefuah [Harefuah] 1996 Feb 15; Vol. 130 (4), pp. 288-91.

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[From "right to die" to "assisted death"].

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Harefuah [Harefuah] 1993 Jan 01; Vol. 124 (1), pp. 52-5.

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[Forced medical treatment: existent law and its limitations in a general hospital].

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Harefuah [Harefuah] 2011 Apr; Vol. 150 (4), pp. 397-400, 416.

Abstract:The conditions in which we can provide medical treatment without informed consent are detailed in the Israeli Law for Treating the Mentally Ill [1991), and the Law of Patient Rights (1996). Our clinicaL experience in a general hospital indicates that t...

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[Equity promotion in Maccabi Healthcare Services: from the Equality Report to an organizational action plan].

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Harefuah [Harefuah] 2010 Apr; Vol. 149 (4), pp. 210-3, 265, 264.

Abstract:Maccabi Healthcare Services (MHS), the second largest HMO in Israel, has chosen to implement a multi-annual strategy to promote equality and equity in healthcare. Within the strategy's framework, MHS will maintain an ongoing process of studying the var...

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[Are you being served? The inter-organizational status and job perception of those responsible for patient rights in general hospitals in Israel].

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Harefuah [Harefuah] 2009 Jun; Vol. 148 (6), pp. 395-9, 411, 410.

Abstract:Background: Paragraph 25 of the Patient's Rights Law in Israel requires that every medical facility director in Israel appoint an Ombudsman who will be responsible for patients' rights, receive patient complaints and resolve them. The law aims to stren...

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[Medical care proxy for an aging woman].

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Harefuah [Harefuah] 2009 Apr; Vol. 148 (4), pp. 229-32, 278, 277.

Abstract:Naomi, a 93 year old woman, was hospitalized to undergo surgery after breaking a hip bone, and for rehabilitation in which she regained her ability to walk. She returned to live at home, and after some time raised the subject of dying in a casual conve...

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[Advance directives for end-of-life care].

Publication Type:Editorial & Opinion

Source(s):Harefuah [Harefuah] 2009 Apr; Vol. 148 (4), pp. 248-9, 276.

Abstract:The provision of care for the dying patient confronts the caring team with very complex ethical dilemmas that doctors have no "medical" means to manage. Such decisions should be made according to the patient's will and preferences reflecting the value ...

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[The involuntary hospitalized psychiatric patient, present-but-missing].

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Harefuah [Harefuah] 2007 Aug; Vol. 146 (8), pp. 618-22, 645.

Abstract:The Israeli Treatment of Mental Patient Law of 1991 reflects an innovative approach which promotes the use of compelled treatment order in the community as the least restrictive environment alternative for involuntary psychiatric hospitalization. This ...

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