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Case
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Reference no. C02-13-013
Spanish language
Compact case
Published by:
Tecnologico de Monterrey (2008)
Version:
1 October 2008
Length:
4 pages

Abstract

Edith Garza, because medical malpractice lost both breasts, in addition to the declined of her balance household economy, to address an anomaly that if had been treated on time and with a medical responsibility could have been avoided. Then, Edith thought: will there still be doctors who act responsibly for the welfare of their patients? Still have doctors acting in their professional ethical reflection looking for the real welfare of their patients? How are the medical professionals to not support their actions with the hippocratic oath made when receipt their studies?

Topics

Civic ethics; Human rights; Individual guarantees
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2003

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