Strona główna eBooki EDUKACJA I KARIERA Prawo i ekonomia Medical law. Cases and commentaries Darmowa dostawa 30 dni na płatność Bezpieczne zakupy Polski support Medical law. Cases and commentaries / Przemysław Sobolewski, Zbigniew Banaszczyk, Beata Janiszewska, Maria Boratyńska, Witold Borysiak, Leszek Bosek, Marek Safjan Pobierz bezpłatny fragment Ocena: Zobacz opinie> Tytuł: Medical law. Cases and commentaries Autor: Przemysław Sobolewski, Zbigniew Banaszczyk, Beata Janiszewska, Maria Boratyńska, Witold Borysiak, Leszek Bosek, Marek Safjan Język: polski Liczba stron: 500 Dostępne formaty: EPUB PDF Dostępność: Książka do pobrania Wydawca: Wolters Kluwer ISBN: 978-83-264-4658-0 Zabezpieczenie: Znak wodny Rozmiar pliku: 0.84 MB 108,12zł 127,20zł Dodaj do koszyka Szybkie zakupy Dodaj do listy życzeń Poleć znajomemu Opis The publication presents several dozen judgements of European and constitutional tribunals and of Polish as well as foreign courts which relate to the main issues of the debate conducted in Poland nowadays. They illustrate current development trends that occur in Polish and European medical law and also reveal the complexity and intricacy of medical issues. Separate statements enclosed to some judgements highlight the broad scope of problems arising in that field. Glosses to each of the judgements and separate footnotes referring the reader to the literature provide a complete description of the subject matter. They also clarify the normative context of the cases reviewed. Moreover, all comments present problems from legal, ethical, political and even economic perspective. Both theoretical and practical aspects of issues concerning vindication of claims and the range of presentation of claims are highlighted in the book. The Authors contributing to the publication are affiliated with the University of Warsaw. Their main research interests include medical law, civil law, constitutional law and European law. The book is recommended for lawyers and physicians as well as all those interested in the field of bioethics and the issues of the health care. Abbreviations 9Introduction 11Chapter I Constitutional standards 191. Right to conscientious objection 212. Medical ethics 283. Research experiment on humans 324. Status of a conceived child 395. Information about health condition 506. Constitutional right to health protection 557. Statute of limitation for claims 638. Protection of incapacitated persons 709. Filiation of a child 7710. Medical ethics II 82Chapter II European standards 91I. Jurisprudence of the European Court of Human Rights 931. Transsexualism 932. Assisted suicide 1023. Substitute consent 1084. Civil liability for childbirth 1125. Abortion 1176. Medically assisted procreation 128II. Jurisprudence of the Court of Justice of the European Union 1337. Abortion and free movement of services 1338. Legislative competence in the sphere of health protection 1419. Financing of cross-border medical services 14710. Biotechnological directive 15511. Right to reimbursement for cross-border treatment 16212. Reimbursement for unauthorised cross-border treatment 170Chapter III Autonomy 1851. Relative indications for procedure 1872. Scope of duty to inform 1903. Cosmetic surgery and duty to inform 1934. Scope of duty to inform II 1965. Duty to inform and civil liability 2006. Burden of proof of providing information 2047. Procedure utilizing products not admitted to trading 2098. Validity of consent to surgery and lack of written form 2139. Blank consent 21710. Refusal of service and duty to inform 22111. Duty to inform and omission of procedure 22612. Penal liability for treatment without consent 231Chapter IV Civil liability 235I. Liability principles and basis 2371. Liability based on the principle of equity 2372. Concurrence of liabilities 2413. Organisational fault of a hospital 2454. Grounds for hospital's liability 2505. Insurer's liability 2566. Grounds and prerequisites for compensation claims 261II. Establishment of causal nexus and damage 2657. Contributory negligence of the injured and refusal of treatment 2658. Prerequisites for compensation and experiencing no harm 2709. Proving in medical proceedings 27610. Hypothetical consent and legally relevant damage 28011. Hypothetical consent and scope of duty to inform 28412. Duty to inform and legally relevant damage 28913. Hypothetical consent and lack of information 296III. Standards of health care services 30414. The highest standard available 30415. Average standard 307IV. Childbirth as source of liability 31116. Birth of a disabled child 31117. Liability for costs of maintaining a child 31818. Constitutionality of classifying a child as damage 32619. Costs of maintaining a child as damage 33320. Birth as damage - wrongful life 342Chapter V Procreation 3471. Sterilisation of disabled persons 3492. Artificial heterologous insemination 3543. Status of human body 3584. Substitute maternity 3655. Limits of duty to protect human dignity 3696. Status of human gametes 3767. Penal protection of a child during labour 381Chapter VI End of life 3891. Living will 3912. Doctor's duty to provide aid 3963. General duty to provide aid 4014. Persistent therapy 4065. Discontinuation of nutrition in vegetative state 4176. Assisted suicide 4277. Siamese twins separation 434Chapter VII Other cases 443I. Problems of transsexuality 4451. Correction of birth certificate 4452. Sex affiliation as personal right 4503. Declaring the sex of a transsexual person 454II. Problems with financing of health care services 4584. Financing of extra-contractual services 458III. Other issues 4655. Experiment on a person being artificially sustained alive 4656. Psychiatric confidentiality 470List of rulings 475Index 479 Opinie (0) Średnio: +Dodaj opinię Dodaj ocenę produktu 1 2 3 4 5 Głosuj Nikt nie dodał jeszcze opinii. Pytania i odpowiedzi (0) Zadaj pytanie Nikt nie zadał jeszcze pytania.