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Vol 22 No 3 March/April 2017

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A new edition has been abandoned before publication:
The Law of Consent to Medical Treatment 2nd ed isbn 9781847038098

The Law of Consent to Medical Treatment

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ISBN13: 9780421647602
ISBN: 0421647604
New Edition ISBN: 1847038093
Published: December 2001
Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell Ltd
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £297.00

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Doctors and lawyers are often required to make urgent life and death decisions on issues of consent. It is vital that these decisions are made in accordance with current legal principle and relevant professional guidelines. This book provides a practical and comprehensive account of the law of consent to medical treatment in England and Wales, drawing together the extensive body of case law relating to the issue of consent. * The only work available purely devoted to the law of consent * Provides analysis of recent and complex case law * Considers the impact of HRA 1998 and new disciplinary guidelines.

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Medical Law
General Principles. Battery. Negligence. Causation. The new disciplinary framework. Capacity. Children and parents. Incompetent adults. Special cases (e.g. PVS, sterilisation, blood transfusion). Procedure.