Maternal-Fetal Conflicts, from Torts to Criminal Justice: Medical-legal Study of 120 cases

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In caring for a pregnant women, physicians consider the health of two biologically linked, yet individually viable patients. Viewed as an organic whole, the combined maternal-fetal benefit of proposed interventions is weighed against the combined burdens. The complexity of maternal–fetal conflicts (MFC) places the medical profession in a position where the provider’s determination in doing what is believed to be the best is seen as a denial of women’s autonomy or pro-fetus jurisprudence. In the common-law, the concept of MFC often becomes an indirect evidence or inter alia, an ever-resolving puzzle comprised of elements of crime or tort. The account set in this book is not to resonate, but to simplify our concerns or duties in resolving MFC. Stemmed of 650 references and packed in 35 chapters, this 480-page compilation briefs and analyzes 120 cases held in the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom, as well as MFC scenarios--stratifying them into the clusters to present an obstetrical problem. Each chapter starts with a concise review of the medical-legal repository, followed by the case briefs inclusive for the I.R.A.C. (issue, rule, analysis, conclusion), precedents, dicta, concurring/dissent, dispositions or verdicts, remedies, reliefs, and reasoning pursuant to the Constitutional or statute enactments in British Commonwealth, the United States and District of Columbia, Canadian provinces and territories. All published cases are located via LexisNexis™, BlueBook and WestLaw, and are free for the public visit under the U.S. Health Insurance Portability & Accountability Act (HIPAA), the Brady Rule, the Patient Safety & Quality Improvement Act of 2005 (PSQIA), 17 U.S.C. §§ 512, Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA); Canadian Personal Information Protection & Electronic Documents Act (PIPEDA), Confidentiality Guidance 2009 of the General Medical Council of British Commonwealth, and other codes, acts or dicta. Bound for both medical and legal practitioners, this book may lessen the fees on the legal counsel, prof-liability insurances, and forensic testimony. This is the black-and-white edition of the book. For a difference as little as $10-12, the color edition is available at the www.amazon (ISBN 978-1491262924) or at https://www.createspace.com/4387671

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In caring for a pregnant women, physicians consider the health of two biologically linked, yet individually viable patients. Viewed as an organic whole, the combined maternal-fetal benefit of proposed interventions is weighed against the combined burdens. In the common-law, the concept of maternal-fetal conflicts (MFC) often becomes an indirect evidence or inter alia, an ever-resolving puzzle comprised of elements of criminal assault/battery to civil tort interference. The account set in this book is not to resonate, but to simplify our concerns or duties in resolving MFC. Stemmed of 644 references, and packed in 35 chapters, this 478-page encyclopedia analyzes and groups 120 cases or scenarios into comprehensive proxy-for-outcome clusters. Each chapter starts with a review of medical scholarship, legal repository, followed by a case I.R.A.C. (issue, rule, analysis, conclusion), precedents, legal limits, writ of certiorari, concurring/dissent, dispositions or verdicts, remedies, and reasoning pursuant to the Constitutional or statute enactments in British Commonwealth, the United States and District of Columbia, Canadian provinces and territories. The presented cases are located via LexisNexis(tm), BlueBook, and Bloomberg Law. All cases are published and are free for public access under the U.S. Health Insurance Portability & Accountability Act (HIPAA), the Brady Rule, the Patient Safety & Quality Improvement Act 2005 (PSQIA), 14th Amendment Due Process Clause, 17 U.S.C. §§ 512, Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA); Canadian Personal Information Protection & Electronic Documents Act (PIPEDA), Confidentiality Guidance 2009 of the General Medical Council of British Commonwealth, among other instruments. This book is bound for both medical and legal practitioners, to aid physicians avoid/limit expenses on the legal counsel, and to aid litigators avoid/limit expenses on the expert opinions. This is the black-and-white edition of the book. For a difference as little as $20, you may purchase the color edition of this book at the www.amazon (ISBN 978-1491262924) or at https://www.createspace.com/4387671 The excerpt of this book can be downloaded at: http://www.researchgate.net/profile/Naira_Matevosyan/ Thank you for visiting us.

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Naira Matevosyan is an ob/gyn surgeon (MD,PhD) with elective trainings in psychology and law. Please also see "Dissociative identity disorder in the courtroom: A guide to forensic testimony," "Advanced tort law in surgical profession: Analysis of 50 cases," "Court-visited surgical errors: A guide to forensic testimony," and "Court-visited erroneous diagnoses and surgeries of parathyroids" from this author. Thank you for visiting us.

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