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Bioethics in Medicine and Society
Significant advancements have been made in Cardiac surgery during the last decades, thanks to technological evolution. The enormous progress achieved has led to a relevant improvement in terms of surgical results, and at the same time, new ethical dilemmas have been addressed. Until the 90's ethics in cardiac surgery mainly concerned significant moral problems caused by the introduction of extremely innovative techniques. However, today's ethical issue focuses essentially on the doctor-patientdoi:10.5772/intechopen.94160 fatcat:fzmexkxjlndxxh7wfkc4xeqwwq