Vol 5, No 1 (2012)

Articles
STATUS, OBJECT AND PROBLEMATIC FIELD OF SOCIAL BIOETHICS: METHODOLOGICAL ANALYSIS
Tsyrdya T.N., Tsyrdea T.N.
Abstract
The concept of "social bioethics" is not in use in scientific and philosophical studies, moreover, one can hardly find it in modern publications, and it does not really fit the current linguistic terminology. Proceeding from the pragmatist approach the article proposes an unordinary interpretation of this social and scientific phenomenon, for the first time it elicits its status, object and problem scope. Sociobioethics is regarded as a special unordinary type of biological ethics, as a specific scientific phenomenon studying the degree of bioethization of society (as an activity) and the level of adaptation of bioethics to the parts of social reality (as a variant of socio-cultural accommodation of bioethics) in their close relationship and collaboration. The vector of social bioethics pointing aims to establish such norms and rules in society which reflect a definite (social) snapshot, a special non-conventional aspect of the result of interaction between a biosocium or biomedical world and biological ethics at a particular moment or period of their joint development in moral terms.
Bioethics. 2012;5(1):5-10
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PETER SLOTERDIJK: ON POSSIBILITY OF BIOETHICS
Petrov K.A.
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In this article the author researches noted work of the German philosopher Peter Solterdijk Rules for the Human Park, deals with the problems of the development of biotechnologies and self-engineering of human beings. Relying on the historical and philosophical approaches the author investigates reasons of the negation of ethics in the postmetaphysical philosophy and comes to conclusion about transformation of bioethics into biopolitics in this tradition.
Bioethics. 2012;5(1):11-14
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DEONTOLOGICAL REQUIREMENTS FOR THE DOCTOR IN ANCIENT INDIA (EVIDENCE FROM AYURVEDIC MEDICINE)
Subotyalov M.A., Druzhinin V.Y.
Abstract
In modern conditions traditional Ayurvedic medicine can play an important role in understanding the importance off the doctor in a human society as a whole and medicine in particular. The requirements for the doctor and their medical practice from the point of view of Ayurvedic medical tradition are described. The emphasis is placed on the qualities of the doctor and their duties. Great attention is paid to medical ethics and a deontology.
Bioethics. 2012;5(1):15-17
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BLAGO PATsIENTA KAK PREDNAZNAChENIE MEDITsINSKOY DEYaTEL'NOSTI
Rejmer M.V., Zhura V.V., Sergeeva N.V.
Abstract
The article explores the problem of the patient's good in clinical medicine. The patient's good is viewed as a goal of medical activitiy and a hierarchical structure based on four levels of human existence. It includes a medical good, personal good, good of patients as human beings, and moral good. Successful communication in the patient-physician clinical encounter based on the moral principles of respect for the patient, honesty, and humanism is an important condition for achieving the patient's good.
Bioethics. 2012;5(1):18-21
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THE INFORMED CONSENT AS REALIZATION OF THE PATIENT'S RIGHTS: RETROSPECTIVE OF THE PROBLEM
Medvedeva M.M., Veshneva S.A.
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The article considers informed consent in historical retrospective as a marker of the patient's changing standing. It substantiates the necessity of their participation in decision-making process to determine the strategy, tactics of treatment, as well as required medical intervention.
Bioethics. 2012;5(1):22-24
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ACTIVITIES OF THE COUNCIL OF EUROPE AND THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT ON BIOETHICS ISSUES
Mashtalka J.
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The article reviews the most important problems of bioethics discussed by the European Parliament and the Council of Europe. The author took part in working out the documents which these discussions resulted in.
Bioethics. 2012;5(1):25-27
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NRAVSTVENNYY FAKTOR SINDROMA PROFESSIONAL'NOGO VYGORANIYa
Siluyanjva I.V., Yakovlev V.V.
Abstract
This article presents an analysis of sociological survey conducted among 474 physicians in Moscow with different work experience, and is concerned with the phenomenon of burnout syndrome (BOS). The authors examine the association between BOS and the characteristics of a personality's moral imperfection. The article focuses on the problems of adequate diagnostics, causes, prevention, and the responsibility of physicians for medical errors made due to work-related pressures, such as BOS.
Bioethics. 2012;5(1):28-31
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ETHICAL RISKS OF PHYSICIANS' HORMONOPHOBIAS
Grigoryan V.A., Kostenko O.V.
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The article considers the ethical effects of physicians' attitude towards hormonal contraceptive use. The article discusses the results of questioning the parturient women after operative delivery, doctors in five clinics and maternity hospitals of Volgograd to explore their views and attitudes towards contraception after operative delivery
Bioethics. 2012;5(1):31-32
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EMPLOYMENT OF PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES AS A SOCIAL AND ETHICAL PROBLEM IN MODERN SOCIETY
Morozov R.N., , Donika A.D.
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The article considers medical and social employment challenges faced by people with disabilities. It also describes the impact of labour activity on the personality of a disabled person as well as sociological survey data on work- and employee-related challenges faced by employed disabled people.
Bioethics. 2012;5(1):33-35
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ETHICAL PROBLEMS OF ONCOLOGY, PSYCHIATRY, NEUROLOGY AND ANESTHESIOLOGY
Nenarkomov A.J., Orugev N.J., Antonova T.J., Kurushina O.V., Fursik O.V., Barkovskaja A.J., Zamjatina I.I., Barulin A.E., Sarangova K.A., Kondrashov A.A., Solomatin M.M.
Abstract
The cases resulted more low from clinical practice are united on the basis of conflict situation occurrence between the doctor, the patient and the relative through a considerable time interval after the termination of their direct dialogue, and also during treatment.
Bioethics. 2012;5(1):36-44
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PARACELSUS ETHICS
Bushlya A.A., Budarin G.Y.
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The article discusses the problems that Paracelsus was concerned with and which are currently studied in the course of bioethics. They include such important issues as 1) what kind of person a physician ought to be; 2) what type of relationship should be established between doctor and patient, doctor and doctor; 3) ethical aspect of profit in medical practice. The author concludes that most statements made by Paracelsus are essential in current practices due to their humanistic relevance.
Bioethics. 2012;5(1):47-57
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MORAL FEAT OF HEALTH PROFESSIONALS OF STALINGRAD
Komissarova E.V., Petrova I.A., Elshova A.A.
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The article reviews the history of reconstruction of Stalingrad medical institute during World War II. It describes the goals, values, moral grounds for the feat of the faculty members and the medical students.
Bioethics. 2012;5(1):58-63
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