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'Doctor's Orders'

Philip Franklin Wagley, MD
Arch Intern Med. 1980;140(11):1553-1554. doi:10.1001/archinte.1980.00330220091038.
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CSF Analyses Time of Lumbar Puncture Opening Pressure, mm HO CSF Glucose, mg/dL CSF Protein, mg/dL CSF WBC Count, Cells/cu mm CSF Neutrophils, % CSF Mononuclear Cells, % Admission 210 71 300 5,000 50 50 monocytes 8 hr after admission 210 168 600 62 11 monocytes 27 lymphocytes 4 days after admission 75 67 27 10 90 lymphocytes 6 days after admission 70 54 100 lymphocytes

To the Editor.  —Ethical attitudes about and toward medical care have changed. Those most concerned can scarcely keep abreast of the relevant publications and seminars. A myriad of scientific and social developments have converged in such a manner that patients, health-care providers, scientists, government personnel, philosophers, ethicists, social workers, private foundations, and politicians provide sources of ideas about what may be wrong ethically and what should be changed in patient care. There is little question that biomedical ethical attitudes must be reanalyzed very critically.One of

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