The Wording of the Informed Consent in Gynecology
Clinical and Experimental Obstetrics and Gynecology. 1995; 22(2): 120-125.
In many western States medical activity is characterized by legal difficulties regarding the patients' consent. In this paper we have confronted the medical and legal problems connected to the wording of the informed consent in diagnostic and therapeutic practice in gynecology and obstetrics. In this area the role of Scientific Societies seems ever more important in that they could carry-out an important task by having the possibility of acquiring and coordinating the maximum amount of knowledge in both the specialistic medical field and the judiciary field. Here, we discuss the various aspects of the preparation of appropriate forms for correct patient information and the valid acquisition of the patient's consent for medical records.
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