1 edition of Consent, benefit, and risk in anaesthetic practice found in the catalog.
Consent, benefit, and risk in anaesthetic practice
Jonathan G. Hardman
by Oxford University Press in Oxford, New York
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||[edited by] Jonathan G. Hardman, Iain K. Moppett, Alan R. Aitkenhead|
|LC Classifications||RD82 .C665 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 372 p. :|
|Number of Pages||372|
|LC Control Number||2009280759|
This definitive resource from the eminent Oxford Textbooks series, the Oxford Textbook of Anaesthesia addresses the fundamental principles, underpinning sciences and the full spectrum of clinical practice. It brings together the most pertinent research from on-going scientific endeavours with practical guidance and a passion to provide the very best clinical care to . Consent and anesthetic risk Article Literature Review in Anaesthesia 58(10) November with 88 Reads How we measure 'reads'.
6 Consent - procedures for which the benefits and risks are uncertain It may be right to choose a procedure for which the benefits and risks are uncertain if doctors think it is likely to help a patient, and the patient agrees, knowing that the outcomes are uncertain – but we must take special care when we haven't got all the answers about a. anaesthesia for a variety of anaesthetic complications and side effects. The choice and incidence of complications have been inﬂuenced by the available literature, and to some extent the inherent risks will be a result of the type of practice that those authors had. As in the literature on medical and surgical risk assessments, anaesthetic.
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Consent, Benefit and Risk in Anaesthetic Practice Consent, Benefit and Risk in Anaesthetic Practice, BJA: British Journal of Anaesthesia, VolumeIssue 2, The book evolves again and in Section 3 considers the risks associated with specific areas of anaesthesia practice.
It is comprehensive and useful to anyone wishing to understand Cited by: 3. Consent, benefit, and risk in anaesthetic practice Edited by Jonathan G.
Hardman, Iain K. Moppett, and Alan R. Aitkenhead. The first book to examine the principles of consent, benefit and risk in relation to the practice of anaesthesia - topics of growing importance.
Consent, benefit, and risk in anaesthetic practice by Jonathan G. Hardman,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Anaesthesia and Intensive Care, Vol. 37, No. 6, November Anaesth Intensive Care ; Book Reviews Consent, Benefit, and Risk in Anaesthetic Practice.
Get this from a library. Consent, benefit, and risk in anaesthetic practice. [Jonathan G Hardman; Iain K Moppett; A R Aitkenhead;] -- Consent is increasingly important for anaesthetists. Without readily accessible information regarding the risks and benefits associated with anaesthesia, it is not possible to provide patients and.
Consent, benefit, and risk in anaesthetic practice Books Description Patient expectations regarding involvement in their own healthcare have increased dramatically over the past few years. It is no longer acceptable for the doctor to dictate treatment; patients demand information regarding treatment options, and input into the selection of the.
Chapter 33 Ethics, consent, benefit, and risk in anaesthetic practice; Chapter 34 Informatics and technology for anaesthesia; Chapter 35 Human factors and simulation in anaesthetic practice; Chapter 36 Safety and quality assurance in anaesthesia; Chapter 37 Teaching in anaesthesia; Chapter 38 Research in anaesthesia; Chapter 39 Outcomes of.
This chapter explores the important principles of ethics, consent, and safeguarding in paediatric anaesthesia. While these issues also have relevance in adult anaesthetic practice, they are particularly important (and complex) in paediatric practice because of concerns regarding children’s vulnerability, the difficulties of their varied ability to communicate, and the potential.
Consent, benefit, and risk in anaesthetic practice 1st Edition by Hardman, Jonathan G. published by Oxford University Press, USA on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Contents: Generic aspects of consent / Alan R. Aitkenhead -- Conveying risks and benefits / Iain K.
Moppett -- Obstetrics / Wendy E. Scott -- Emergency surgery / Bernard Riley -- Critical care / Adam C. March & Robert J.
Winter -- High-risk patients / Simon J. Howell -- Children / Oliver R. Dearlove -- Incapacity: learning impaired, dementia. The book begins with some general discussion of risk and its assessment. It then goes on to concentrate on specific diseases and techniques, focussing on the management of high-risk patients.
The chapters are well written and despite being in different formats and styles, are easily read. ‘Informed consent’ has become the primary paradigm for protecting the legal rights of patients and guiding the ethical practice of medicine.
1 The Association of Anaesthetists of Great Britain and Ireland (AAGBI) ‘informed consent’ guidelines have recently been updated in response to ‘the changing ethical and legal background against which anaesthetists, Cited by: 2.
In Britain, consent for surgery is documented using a Department of Health form signed by the surgeon and the patient.
In contrast, anaesthetic procedures have no formalised consent process. Evidence on the process of consent for regional anaesthesia, and patient perceptions of this, is scarce outside obstetric by: Stuart White: Ethics, consent, benefit, and risk in anaesthetic practice Anthony P.
Madden: Informatics and technology for anaesthesia Ronnie Glavin, Sven Staender, and Andrew Smith: Human factors and simulation in anaesthetic practice Andrew Smith & Sven Staender: Safety and quality assurance in anaesthesia.
Print book: English: benefit, and risk in anaesthetic practice / Stuart White Informatics and technology for anaesthesia / Anthony P.
Madden Human factors and simulation in anaesthetic 33 Ethics, consent, benefit, and risk in anaesthetic practice \/ Stuart White -- 34 Informatics and technology for anaesthesia.
Oxford textbook of anaesthesia. [Jonathan G Hardman; Philip M Hopkins; Struys, Michel,;] -- This new definitive resource addresses the fundamental principles of anaesthesia, underpinning sciences and the full spectrum of clinical anaesthetic practice.
consent, benefit, and risk in anaesthetic practice Informatics and technology for. Anesthetic consent forms and patient information sheets. Please note: The Medical Board of Australia recently published Guidelines: Sexual boundaries in the doctor-patient guidelines, which came into effect on 12 Decemberprovide guidance on establishing and maintaining sexual boundaries in the doctor-patient relationship.
Professional Practice Division l l [email protected] Informed Consent for Anesthesia Care. Policy and Practice Considerations. The following considerations are solely for informational purposes, are not intended to provide legal advice, and should not be considered or relied upon as legal Size: KB.
Informed consent is a relatively new concept. Hippocrates proscribed informing the patient:“conceal(ing) most things from the patient while you are attending to him revealing nothing of the patient's future or present condition.”[1 ] Medieval physicians considered themselves extensions of God and did not deign to confer with patients about their care.
As stated in this book, the public attitude to, and expectations of, health care and health professionals has changed dramatically over the past 10–20 yr. Many patients now demand to be fully informed and to determine their own course of treatment.
The time when it could be assumed that management could be dictated by the doctor ‘who knows best’ have long gone. In reality, Cited by: 3. Ethics, consent, benefit, and risk in anaesthetic practice, Stuart White Informatics and technology for anaesthesia, Anthony P.
Madden Human factors and simulation in anaesthetic practice, Ronnie Glavin, Sven Staender, and Andrew Smith Safety and quality assurance in anaesthesia, Andrew Smith & Sven Staender.Book.
English. Published London: Heinemann Educational, Alasdair Maclean examines the ethical basis for consent to medical treatment and offers proposals for reform. Consent, benefit, and risk in anaesthetic practice Book. English.
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