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Montag, 1. Juni 2009, 13:32

Bitte Musterbrief abschicken / Im General Hospital in Boston praktizieren Ärzte und Studenten an lebenden Schafen

Bitte Musterbrief abschicken / Im General Hospital in Boston praktizieren Ärzte und Studenten an lebenden Schafen






Bitte alle mitmachen und den Musterbrief an pslavin@partners.org senden.


Im General Hospital in Boston praktizieren Ärzte und Studenten an lebenden Schafen.





Dankeschön


LG Ingrid








---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: epar <epar@yunord.net>
Date: 2009/5/23
Subject: End the Use of Sheep for Trauma Training at Mass General-that is also a mental pornography
To: pslavin@partners.org










TO: pslavin@partners.org





Peter L. Slavin, M.D.
President
Massachusetts General Hospital
55 Fruit St.
Boston, MA 02114
Tel: 617-724-9300


Subject: End the Use of Sheep for Trauma Training at Mass General






Dear President and Doctor Slavin,

I am deeply disturbed after learning that Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston will be using live sheep during an Advanced Trauma Life Support course for practicing physicians; I hope you understand that, although the sheep will be anesthetized, this incurs much suffering on these animals. Sheep are marvelously intelligent and sentient beings, capable of thought, love, fear, and pain, and to subject them to this archaic method of training is alarming. In a recently conducted survey, it has been determined that in greater than 90% of similar programs, the TraumaMan System has been utilized (PCRM). The TraumaMan System has been proven a superior model to the live sheep model, and I fear any physician not trained on the most advanced method will have a diminished learning experience. This should be concerning to any potential patient, especially provided that your medical students, and not your practicing physicians, are exposed to this superior training method.

Additionally, since a sheep cannot be substituted for a human being, subjecting them to this process reflects a blatant disregard for life; how can we teach our medical professionals ethics while enforcing a course that maims and kills a live being? This represents a conflict of interest as well as a contradiction in both morals and actions: if sheep are deemed similar enough to humans physiologically, then you must acknowledge that, as sentient beings, sheep should not be exploited and killed either. Any other conclusion would be considered a discord and would serve as a detriment to the learning process, especially in such a critical field of study.

As such, I respectfully ask that you please accept the superior method of study, the TraumaMan System, for your practicing physicians.

I know that your time is limited, and I want to thank you for your attention and consideration.

Sincerely,


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