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Medical law for the attending physician

a case oriented analysis

by Salvatore Francis Fiscina

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Published by Southern Illinois University Press in Carbondale .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States
    • Subjects:
    • Medical laws and legislation -- United States -- Cases,
    • Physicians -- Malpractice -- United States -- Cases,
    • Jurisprudence -- United States -- Cases

    • Edition Notes

      Includes index.

      StatementSalavatore Francis Fiscina.
      SeriesMedical humanities series
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsKF2905.A7 F57 1982
      The Physical Object
      Paginationix, 485 p. ;
      Number of Pages485
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3486010M
      ISBN 100809310457
      LC Control Number82005559
      OCLC/WorldCa8290412

      TMA SB 11 White Paper: If an attending physician issues a DNR order under option 9 above (i.e., on the basis that the DNR order is not contrary to the directions of a patient who was competent at the time the patient conveyed the directions and, in the physician’s reasonable medical judgment: (i) the DNR order is medically appropriate and. A similar type of case (M. Chinnaiyan Vs. Sri. Gokulum Hospital and Anr) has been reported recently in the Medical Law Cases for Doctors, Vol , Special Inaugural Issue, printed and published by Dr. D.K. Sahu on behalf of Institute of Medicine and Law. This case involved a .

      The Attending Staff Association of LAC + USC Medical Center terminated the clinical privileges of anesthesiologist Novarro Stafford. Stafford, who was employed by the County of Los Angeles. The beneficiary's attending physician (if they have one). Note: To sign the certification, the attending physician must be a doctor of medicine or osteopathy, and be identified by the beneficiary at the time he/she elects to receive hospice care as having the most significant role in the determination and delivery of the individual's medical care.

        What makes his book any different from the ba-jillions of other physician books out there? It's the same story over and over again. Physician wants to help people. Loses himself in the process. Then reflects on what an a$$ he was to most of his patients. Makes amends. Becomes a better doctor. Wasn't there a movie like this? directive of the principal's agent to the extent it is consistent with the desires of the principal, the law, and the Medical Power of Attorney. The attending physician does not have to verify that the agent's decision is consistent with the principal's wishes or religious or moral beliefs.


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The physician who is on the medical staff of a hospital or healthcare facility, and legally responsible for the care given to a particular patient while in the hospital. A patient’s attending physician is also regarded as a person’s private physician, if that physician cares for the person on an individual and/or outpatient basis.

Terminal care. An attending may also oversee the practice and education of medical students. For example, a surgical attending performs surgery as part of their job. As an attending, they may have interns, residents, or fellows in the operating room with them, educating them on how to perform surgery.

Now there is a book that makes another valiant effort to bridge the chasm between lawyer's law and physician's law. Dr Fiscina, who is trained as both a physician and a lawyer, seems to have found a way to explain legal principles in medical language.

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Fully updated coverage includes: the legal system, professional liability and medical malpractice, physician’s responsibilities, medical records, ethical and bioethical issues, and current s:   A physician is ethically and legally obliged to keep a patient's medical information (including information disclosed by the patient to the doctor) confidential, with the following exceptions.

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There is a book out there that helped me realize this fact (I was already leaning on not going--cause it began to bore me) its called "How to get accepted into a Top Law School", I forget the author. The Process for the Attending Physician: The Attending Physician must receive from the patient two oral requests a minimum of 15 days apart, and a written request; two oral and one written.

Telemedicine has been used for the second oral request; both should be recorded in. under certain circumstances to certify to the facts of birth. The physician is generally responsible for completing the medical and health information and certifying to the date, time, and place of birth.

Both the birth certificate and fetal death report provide medical and health informa. Beneficence is the major principle of medical ethics that states that physicians and other medical professionals must act in the best interest of the patient.

Actions that are meant to enhance others’ well-being are referred to with the phrase beneficence. The Medical Board of California is the State agency that licenses medical doctors, investigates complaints, disciplines those who violate the law, conducts physician evaluations, and facilitates rehabilitation where appropriate.

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The law was named after Libby Zion, who died at the age of 18 under the care of what her father believed to be overworked resident physicians and intern physicians. Medical LawDefinitionMedical law refers to the complex system of state and federal laws that regulate the practice of medicine in the United States.

Source for information on Medical Law: Gale Encyclopedia of Nursing and Allied Health dictionary. law. As defined by the Proxy Law, an attending physician is the physician, selected by or assigned to a patient, who has primary responsibility for the treatment and care of the patient.

If more than one physician shares this responsibility, or if a physician is acting on the attending physician’s behalf, any of these physicians may act as. physician [fĭ-zish´un] an authorized practitioner of medicine, as one graduated from a college of medicine or osteopathy and licensed by the appropriate board; see also doctor.

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