Belief system based on a set of moral principles that are embedded in a common morality.
1) a duty to the patient by the health care practitioner (in medical-related cases that is defined as the standard of care) 2) breach of this duty by an act or by failing to perform some act (deviation from the standard of care) 3) a compensable injury 4)a causal relationship between the injury and the breach of duty
1) legal age and mentally competent 2) offer consent voluntarily 3) must be adequately informed about the medical care being offered.ny
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