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Video U-Matic
1972
Health Sciences (CHECKED OUT)
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The Isolated Immune-Deficient Infant: What About the Future?

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A panel discussion of an actual case history of an immune-deficient infant, including a technological description of the case, the history of decisions concerning the child's development, and a critical analysis of the child's prospects for the future.
Video U-Matic
1975
Health Sciences (CHECKED OUT)
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Who Should Survive?: One of the Choices on Our Conscience

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A panel discusses the ethical, legal and scientific issues involved in the case of a mongoloid baby whose parents refused to grant permission for the necessary surgery to correct intestinal obstruction.
Journal / MagazineVHS
 
Health Sciences (Rare Shelves)
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AIDS, Children and Hemophiliacs

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The panel looks at data developed as a result of studies of hemophiliac patients and newborns with AIDS, and at factors which influence the rate of infection, as well as those associated with the perinatal transmission of AIDS.
Video U-Matic
1988
Health Sciences (Ivy)
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Should the Parents Be Allowed to Donate the Organs of Anencephalic New Borns?

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The panel explores possible ways to balance the interests of all parties involved in this question--anencephalic newborns, parents, pediatric patients needing organs, and the society--in the context of debate about the determination of brain death in infants and anencephalic infants.
Video U-Matic
1988
Health Sciences (Ivy)
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Childhood Depression: Infancy and Beyond

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This panel discusses the need for health care providers and parent to be aware of depression in children, so that proper diagnosis and effective treatment can be given.
Video U-Matic
1984
Health Sciences (Ivy)
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Childhood and Adult Immunization: Priorities in Public Policy and Their Implementation in Clinical Practice

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In a society with an increasingly aging population, the success of childhood immunization stands in sharp contrast with our continuing failure to effectively prevent pneumococcal and influenza infections. This failure is not due to ineffective vaccines, but to ineffective public policies and strategies for vaccine delivery.
Video U-Matic
1984
Health Sciences (Ivy)
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Controversy Over Cochlear Implants for Children

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Robert A. Crouch, M.A. (Doctoral Candidate, Joint Centre for Bioethics and Department of Preventive Medicine and Biostatistics, University of Toronto) traces the history, education, and social treatment of deaf people/children. He addresses the issue concerning the effects of delaying sign for those who are not greatly benefitted by cochlear implants and the personal and social effect this has on the cultural adjustment of deaf persons. The second speaker, Paul R. Lambert, M.D. (Profession of Otolaryngology, University of Virginia) presents his and others research and data showing the efficacy of cochlear implants from increased hearing and ability to use a telephone to enhanced lip reading. Joseph and Lee Mullin of Charlottesville, Virginia, discuss their views as parents, concernin [...]
DVD
1997
Health Sciences (Rare Shelves)
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The Vaccine War

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Now, in 2015, measles, mumps, and whooping cough are all making a comeback. Building on years of research, this updated documentary explores both the roots of the vaccine debate, and the latest chapter in the heated controversy: Are parents who choose not to vaccinate their children putting the health of our nation at risk? This is a compelling and timely report on an issue that remains highly emotional and deeply divisive.
DVD
2015; 2010
Clemons (Stacks)