The Problem of Informed Consent in Emergency Medicine Research
Emergency Medicine Journal 2001 May; 18(3): 198-204
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Do Patients With Acute Medical Conditions Have the Capacity to Give Informed Consent for Emergency Medicine Research? See Comments In: Academic Emergency Medicine 1999 August; 6(8): 772-774; Comment In: Academic Emergency Medicine 1999 August; 6(8): 774-775 Smithline, Howard A.; Mader, Timothy J.; Crenshaw, Bradley J. (1999-08)
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