We read with great interest the recent article in your publication by Camilleri et al. (1) as we operate a center for the comprehensive management of patients who have gastroparesis. On a close reading, however, we became aware of several significant concerns that your readers should be made aware of:
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Shavelle et al.1 recently wrote to Spinal Cord with a re-calculation of the life expectancies in the paper of the current authors (Middleton et al.2).
In the present journal, I recently wrote an article on several of the differences between deep and continuous palliative sedation (DCPS) and euthanasia.1 In doing so, I also criticised certain views of a paper by Niklas Juth and colleagues.2 They answer back in a just-released article, in which they state that “Materstvedt fail[s] to provide an explanation of why there is a moral difference between DCPS and euthanasia” (italics in original).3
Rescue Therapy With Noninvasive Ventilation in Do-Not-Intubate Patients in Acute Respiratory Failure: What Is the Best Device Among Face Masks?