INDEX
Abbott, Andrew, 220-221
Abortion, 50-51
Actor-network theory, 90, 102, 109
Acupuncture: in pain medicine, 123, 130,
133
Administrative: ethos, 70; individuals, 77.
See also
Frame: administrative
Agency, 166-201; of humans, 26-27; loss
of, 177; and selves, 168-169; structured
by objectification, 187-192; of things,
26-27
Airway obstruction.
See
Asthma
Airways.
See
Lungs
Akrich, Madeleine, 109, 211
Anesthetic techniques: in pain manage-
ment,123-130,141-142
Angiography, 151-153, 157
Anthropology of medicine, 4-5
Anticipatory socionaturalization, 179-
180,187-188
Asthma, 105-118; differences in, 105-118;
drugs in the making of, 105-118
Atherosclerosis, 144-165; clinical, 147-
149; pathological, 147-149; perfor-
mances of, 150, 152, 156, 161; as process
over time, 156; as virtual object, 156
Bayesian reasoning, 84
Biomedicine.
See
Medicine
Body: itinerary, 179-186; objectified, 192;
ontology of, 3, 6-8, 105-165, 181; perfor-
mance of, 21, 162-163; pregnant, 28-51;
un-black-boxing of, 180, 187; unity of,
3,6-8
Body/mind dichotomy, 128-129
Boltanski, Luc, 53-54
Bone marrow transplantation, 244
Bonica, John, 121-122, 126, 128, 132, 136,
140.
See also
Pain
Boundary: object, 120-121, 139-140;
theory, 139
Bourdieu, Pierre, 26
Breast cancer: research protocol for,
229-246.
See also
Cancer
Bulechek, Gloria, 206, 216
Bureaucratic ethos.
See
Administrative
ethos
Cancer: pain in, 125, 137, 143.
See also
Breast cancer; Cervical Screening
Programme
Care: administrative, 215-216; direct,
215-216; indirect, 215-216; plans, 220
CD34: in breast cancer, 232-236, 240-243
Cervical Screening Programme, 86-
104; coexistence of formulations of,
102-103; validity and efficacy of, 87-90
Cervical smear samples: analysis of,
93-96,98; management 92-93
Child abuse: creation of category, 203
Classification system, 202-225; as black
box, 220; construction of, 240, 211-225
Clinical: decisions, different criteria for,
14-27,229-246; ethos, 70-72; indi-
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