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The Court of Appeal, it may be noted, did not much analyse the issues that might arise in relation to resources. In Burke, as previously in Bland, the analysis focused more on the treating doctor’s obligations, and the treating doctor’s clinical judgment, than on the resource implications for the NHS. Perhaps there are in reality no major resource implications in the provision of artificial hydration and nutrition to someone in Mr Burke’s situation, though the same can hardly be said 36 Ibid. paras.
17 President’s Commission for the Study of Ethical Problems in Medicine and Biomedical and Behavioral Research. 1981. Defining Death: Medical, Legal and Ethical Issues in the Definition of Death. Washington DC: US Government Printing Office. 18 Mohandas, A. 1971. Brain death: A clinical and pathological study. Journal of Neurosurgery, 35, 211–18. 19 Bagheri, A. 2006. Individual choice in the definition of death. Journal of Medical Ethics, 33, 146–9. Redefining Death? 27 stopped beating rather than after.
62 There are limited statutory and common law protections for the corpse63 but there is a need for a legal definition of death that goes beyond the mere biological. 64 This is the confused language of the cardiorespiratory definition of death. However, the claim that a BSD person is no more than a ventilated corpse is contradicted by the intuitions aroused by a body that is pink, warm and with a palpable pulse. 66 It is ethically and legally permissible to 58 Smith, J. 2002. The Shipman Inquiry, First Report, Death Disguised (Volume 1).