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A Revised Consent Model for the Transplantation of Face and Upper Limbs

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A Revised Consent Model for the Transplantation of Face and Upper Limbs
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A Revised Consent Model for the Transplantation of Face and Upper Limbs
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A Revised Consent Model for the Transplantation of Face and Upper Limbs
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A Revised Consent Model for the Transplantation of Face and Upper Limbs
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  • Contents -- 1 Introduction -- Abstract -- 1.1 The Challenge of Medical Advancement for Healthcare Ethics -- 1.2 Vascularized Composite Allotransplantation -- 1.2.1 Emergence of the Field and Special Demands on Patients -- 1.2.2 Implications of VCA for Consent -- 1.3 Covenant Consent -- 1.4 Structure of the Book -- 1.5 Conclusion -- 2 Vascularized Composite Allotransplantation -- Abstract -- 2.1 Introduction -- 2.2 History and Development of Solid Organ Transplantation and Limb Replantation -- 2.2.1 Ancient Evidence -- 2.2.2 Developments in Transplantation Prior to 1954 -- 2.2.3 Early Developments in Replantation -- 2.2.4 Sixty Years of Successful Solid Organ Transplantation -- 2.2.5 Developments in Replantation -- 2.3 History and Development of Vascularized Composite Allotransplantation -- 2.3.1 Upper Extremity Transplantation -- 2.3.2 Face Transplantation -- 2.3.3 Other VCA -- 2.4 Similarities and Differences in VCA and SOT -- 2.4.1 Similarities -- 2.4.2 Unique Features of Solid Organ Transplants -- 2.4.3 Unique Features of Vascularized Composite Allotransplantation -- 2.5 Practical and Ethical Concerns in the Field of Vascularized Composite Transplantation -- 2.5.1 Immunological Concerns -- 2.5.1.1 Rejection and the Potential for Graft Loss -- 2.5.1.2 Immunosuppression -- 2.5.1.3 Tolerance Induction -- 2.5.2 Psycho-Social Issues -- 2.5.2.1 Patient Motivation -- 2.5.2.2 Identity -- 2.5.2.3 Patient Selection -- 2.5.2.4 Psychological Consequences of Graft Loss -- 2.5.3 Procurement and Allocation Concerns -- 2.5.4 Financial Costs -- 2.5.5 Ethical Issues -- 2.5.5.1 Justice -- 2.5.5.2 Beneficence and Non-maleficence -- 2.5.5.3 Autonomy -- 2.5.5.4 Dignity -- 2.5.5.5 Vulnerability -- 2.6 Conclusion -- 3 The Ethics of Consent -- Abstract -- 3.1 History and Development of the Role of Consent in Health Care -- 3.1.1 Pre-enlightenment Developments
  • 3.1.2 The Influence of Post-medieval Philosophy -- 3.1.3 Building on the Philosophical Foundation -- 3.1.3.1 Legal Cases -- 3.1.3.2 Troubling Research Practices -- 3.1.3.3 Social Change -- 3.2 The Current Understanding of Consent -- 3.2.1 The Dominant Formulation -- 3.2.2 Critiques and Alternatives -- 3.3 A More Fundamental Critique -- 3.3.1 Historical Origins -- 3.3.2 Philosophical Origins -- 3.3.3 Atypical Contexts -- 3.3.4 Adapting Informed Consent for Treatment Contexts -- 4 The Meaning of Covenant -- Abstract -- 4.1 Introduction -- 4.2 Covenant in the Ancient Near East -- 4.2.1 Etymological Roots -- 4.2.2 The Structure of Covenants -- 4.2.3 Covenants and Fictive Kinship -- 4.2.4 The Role of Shame and Honor in Covenantal Relations -- 4.2.5 Durability and Flexibility -- 4.3 The Role of Covenant in Contemporary Religious Ethics -- 4.3.1 Jewish Ethics -- 4.3.2 Christian Ethics -- 4.4 The Role of Covenant in Health Care Ethics -- 4.4.1 General Use of the Covenant Concept -- 4.4.2 Paul Ramsey -- 4.4.3 William F. May -- 4.5 Covenant and Care Provider-Patient Relationships -- 4.5.1 Reciprocity, Loyalty and Disparities in Power -- 4.5.2 Covenantal Relationships: Accompanying Characteristics -- 4.5.3 A Covenant Approach to Care Provider-Patient Relations -- 5 Covenant Consent -- Abstract -- 5.1 Introduction -- 5.2 Informed Consent: Dynamic and Evolving -- 5.3 Incongruity: VCA and Standard Antecedent Consent -- 5.4 The Concept of Covenant as a Resource -- 5.4.1 Covenant Consent and the Duration of Treatment in VCA -- 5.4.2 Covenant Consent and the Burdens and Risks of VCA -- 5.4.3 Covenant Consent and Long-Term Active Participation by the Recipient in VCA -- 5.4.4 Covenant Consent and the Role of Dignity and Vulnerability in VCA -- 5.5 Covenant Consent for VCA -- 5.5.1 Re-imagining Consent in Covenantal Terms
  • 5.5.2 Creating a Structure and Process for Covenant Consent -- 6 Conclusion -- Abstract -- 6.1 Summary and Restatement -- 7 Erratum to: A Revised Consent Model for the Transplantation of Face and Upper Limbs: Covenant Consent -- Erratum to:J.L. Benedict, A Revised Consent Model for the Transplantation of Face and Upper Limbs: Covenant Consent, International Library of Ethics, Law, and the New Medicine, DOI 10.1007/978-3-319-56400-5 -- Bibliography -- References Chapter 1 -- References Chapter 2 -- References Chapter 3 -- References Chapter 4 -- References Chapter 5 -- References Chapter 6 -- Index
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