Author: OBOT EMMANUEL OBOT, Ph.D.
Defines medical negligence as a condition resulting in an act or omission on the part of health-care provider in which either due to incompetence or carelessness the standard of care provided deviates from ”accepted standards of medical practice and causes injury or death to the patient.”
In this book the author states in clear terms that part of medical negligence and parharps the most frequent has always been the decision by certain doctors not to tell patients about the diagnosis, the risk and foreseeable results of medical treatments. The author from the position of law, believes that it is the doctor’s duty not only to provide the patient with information about the treatment bit to honestly answer the patient’s questions. He must explain the chances of success and the risk of failure of suggested treatment.
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