By Mark J. Cherry
Nearby views in Bioethics" illustrates the ways that the nationwide and overseas political panorama encompasses individuals from varied and infrequently fragmented ethical groups with commonly various ethical intuitions, premises, reviews and commitments.
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The withdrawal of a previously given consent was also the focus of legal action (Ciarlariello v. Schacter, 1993). A patient experienced discomfort during an angiogram for which she had given consent. She told the doctor to stop the test; he informed her it would take only a few minutes more and continued. As the dye was injected, she suffered an immediate reaction, which caused quadriplegia. The Court reaffirmed the “reasonable patient” standard and confirmed that if consent is withdrawn during a procedure, it must be respected unless cessation poses an immediate or serious threat to the patient.
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