Disagreement over the legitimacy of direct sterilization continues within Catholic moral debate, with painful and at times confusing ramifications for Catholic healthcare systems. This paper argues that the medical profession should be construed as a key moral authority in this debate, on two grounds. First, the recent revival of neo-Aristotelianism in moral philosophy as applied to medical ethics has brought out the inherently moral dimensions of the history and current practice of medicine.
We shall limit ourselves to the main topics, leaving the appreciation of the questionnaire to the reader. To evaluate knowledge and opinions on sexuality in young french speaking belgian people, we have questioned : 1210 students at the University of Louvain, 773 in A1 official teaching, 819 in superior free non university teaching and 778 young people being recruted by the belgian army. The following conclusions are global. The mean vocabulary score (rated on 18) in these four samples is 13.22, 14.06, 13.57 and 6.40.
OBJECTIVE: implant placement Essure, sterilization procedure for women, were performed under hypnosedation (HYP) and compared to the operative anxiety and analgesia of 12 patients operated-on under general anesthesia (GA). STUDY DESIGN: prospective and comparative group study. PATIENTS AND METHODS: two groups of twelve patients were matched and compared based on the choice of anesthetic technique: hypnotics (HYP) with possible additional sedation by propofol and remifentanil or GA involving propofol, sevoflurane and remifentanil.