3 edition of Surgical ethics in Āyurveda found in the catalog.
Surgical ethics in Āyurveda
|Series||The Chowkhamba Sanskrit studies, v. 60|
|Contributions||Gaur, Damodar Sharma,|
|LC Classifications||RD31.5 S5|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||909|
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Surgical Ethics is one of the first books devoted to this topic, and it is a worthwhile beginning. The 19 chapters were written by ethicists, surgeons, or both, depending on the topic. Some of the material is typical of a medical-ethics textbook: informed consent, confidentiality, advance directives, transplantation, care of dying patients 5/5(3).
Surgical Ethics In Ayurveda by Dr. G.D. Singhal. Table of Contents: Foreword Introduction Acknowledgement Aamukham Dhanyavadarpanam Surgical ethics in Āyurveda book General Personal & Academic Ethics Pre-operative Ethics Operative Ethics Post Operative Ethics The Ethics and Impotance of Experimental Survery Quacks Ethics Towards The Dying Ethics in Emergency Surgery.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Singhal, G.D., Surgical ethics in Āyurveda. Varanasi: Chowkhamba Sanskrit Series Office, About the Book The book 'Medical Ethics III Ayurveda' written by a well known authoress Dr.
P.V. Tewari is probably the first book on the subject, dealing with all aspects of ethics; earlier written one book discusses only surgical ethics of ayurveda. In ayurvedic classics medical and social ethics etc.
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Manufacturer: Chaukhambha Visavabharati. Cambridge Core - Ethics - The Cambridge World History of Medical Ethics - edited by Robert B. Baker. Author(s): Singhal,G D, Title(s): Surgical ethics in Āyurveda/ by G.D.
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It looks that west has followed his teachings in better way than east. Sushrut was the first compiler of ancient Indian teachings about surgery.
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