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Question 1: Medical ethics tends to be understood narrowly as an applied professional ethics, whereas ________ appears to have worked more expansive concerns, touching upon the philosophy of science and issues of biotechnology.
ConscienceGeorg Wilhelm Friedrich HegelAristotleBioethics

Question 2: ________
Long term care insuranceHealth Insurance Portability and Accountability ActDental insuranceAccidental death and dismemberment insurance

Question 3: Respect for autonomy is the basis for informed consent and ________.
Codicil (will)Attestation clauseAdvance health care directiveIntestacy

Question 4: The assignment of philosophers or religious clerics will reflect the importance attached by the ________ to the basic values involved.
Political philosophyJürgen HabermasSocietyDemocracy

Question 5: Medical ethics shares many principles with other branches of ________ ethics, such as nursing ethics.
Human rightsTortureHealth careProperty

Question 6: Also, the patient may want an unnecessary treatment, as can be the case in ________.
HypochondriasisObsessive–compulsive disorderSocial anxiety disorderMood disorder

Question 7: Historically, Western medical ethics may be traced to guidelines on the duty of physicians in antiquity, such as the Hippocratic Oath, and early rabbinic and ________ teachings.
ChristianCatholic ChurchChristianityJesus

Question 8: For example, the principles of autonomy and beneficence clash when patients refuse life-saving ________, and truth-telling was not emphasized to a large extent before the HIV era.
Blood transfusionIntraoperative blood salvageTransfusion reactionBlood donation

Question 9: They argue that healing should be the sole purpose of medicine, and that endeavors like cosmetic surgery, ________ and euthanasia fall beyond its purview.
CondomSafe sexBirth controlPregnancy

Question 10: In the 1960s and 1970s, building upon liberal theory and procedural justice, much of the discourse of medical ethics went through a dramatic shift and largely reconfigured itself into ________.
Georg Wilhelm Friedrich HegelBioethicsAristotleConscience







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