A°kåm al-jirå°ah al-ñibiyah (rulings pertaining to medical surgery and its consequences)
Shanqíñí, Mu°ammad ibn Mu°ammad al-Mukhtår ibn A°mad Mazíd al-Jakaní
Shåriqah, UA E: Maktabat al-Sa°åbah, 2004: 480 p.
This book contains several chapters that deal with sharia rulings pertaining to medical surgery which include: definition of medical surgery; legitimate and illegitimate surgery; rulings pertaining to preparatory stages before surgery; and legal liability for surgery.
Brain; Brain Death; Cardiac Death; Circumcision; Cosmetic Surgery; Cupping Therapy; Consent; Death; Drugs; Ethics; Historical Aspects; Hospitals; Informed Consent; Islamic Ethics; Legal Liability; Liability; Malpractice; Medical Errors; Negligence; Organ Donation; Physical Examination; Physician Patient Relationship; Sedatives; Sharia; Surgery; Transplantation; Religious Ethics; Health Care for Particular Diseases or Groups;
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