TabithaReaves-HS101-04-Unit 2_CaseStudy

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Case Study Tabitha Reaves Kaplan University 1.) Standard Care is the only degree of prudence and required of an individual and who is under duty of care. The appropriate standard care would be determine by the severity of the injury. Whether it’s life threating or not. 2.) The difference between inform consent and implied consent is inform is the permission granted in the knowledge of the possible consequence, typically that which is given by the patient to a doctor for the treatment with full knowledge of possible risk and benefits. Implied consent is not expressly granted by a person, but rather inferred from a person’s actions and the facts and circumstances of particular situation. In this case it was implied consent because she didn’t give them permission to work on her. They took it upon themselves because they couldn’t reach any of her family members. 3.) Three rights that the patient has under the patient care partnership is protection of privacy. Which means anything they tell you have to patient/ healthcare
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  • Fall '16
  • Injury, Parable of the Good Samaritan, Physical trauma, Good Samaritan law

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