Compelling Treatment of the Mother to Protect the Fetus: The Limits of Personal Privacy and Paternalism
Obade, Claire C.
Journal of Clinical Ethics. 1990 Spring; 1(1): 85-88.
Autonomy; Beginning of Life; Blood; Blood Transfusions; Cesarean Section; Coercion; Constitutional Law; Decision Making; Fetuses; Judicial Action; Law; Legal Aspects; Legal Rights; Life; Paternalism; Personhood; Pregnant Women; Privacy; Rights; State Interest; Treatment Refusal; Value of Life; Viability;
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Obade, Claire C. (1991)...There is no question that health-care providers have an ethical and legal obligation to keep medical information confidential. There are two rationales for this obligation. First, some personal matters should be,