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Development of a Tissue Engineered Heart Valve for Pediatrics: A Case Study in Bioengineering Ethics
|Title||Development of a Tissue Engineered Heart Valve for Pediatrics: A Case Study in Bioengineering Ethics|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||2008|
|Authors||Merryman, David W.|
|Journal||Science and Engineering Ethics|
The following hypothetical case study was developed for bioengineering students and is concerned with choosing between two devices used for development of a pediatric tissue engineered heart valve. This case is intended to examine and explore where the balance lies between design, cost, and adequate distribution of biomedical devices.
Cover Date: March 2008.Source Info: 14(1), 93-101. Language: English. Journal Announcement: 42-4. Subject: BIOENGINEERING; BIOETHICS; BIOTECHNOLOGY; DECISION MAKING; ETHICS; HEART; PEDIATRICS; TISSUE. Update Code: 20090226.