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Rails intrigue

  1. 1. Medical Ethics Project By: Stan the MAN and Mallory
  2. 2. Characters of storyMother: Presilla Danielle VermimFather: Paul Don VermimBaby: Paulean Daniel VermimDoctor: Stanley Rodger GoreJudge: Amy D Roper-Mckeethan
  3. 3. CasePersilla was in the hospital casually havingHER baby when all of the sudden..........
  4. 4. BackgroundPresilla is a Jehovah witness believer butPaul is a Christian.Presilla is having a baby. The baby is bornhealthy but she ends up having a lot ofblood loss.Due to the amount of blood loss and sinceshe is going into intensive care the hospitaldecides that they are going to give her ablood tranfusion even though it is againsther will.
  5. 5. More BackgroundAn emergency court hearing was broughtforth and they decided that since she woulddie without a transfusion that it would be okto give her a transfusion against her will.The Supreme Court of Connecticut took thecase after the fact. They refused thehospital’s reason for doing so without thepatient’s consent.
  6. 6. Final OutcomeBoth parties decided that instead of makinganyone actually pay for what happened thata precedent would be placed for futurereference.The Supreme Court of Connecticut madetheir ruling.Their ruling was that the hospital/ carefacility does not have the right to use theirjudgement in place of the patient’s.
  7. 7. Ethical, Moral, and lawful
  8. 8. Personal, Cultural, and spiritual
  9. 9. Outcome
  10. 10. What we would have done
  11. 11. Preventing the situation
  12. 12. Pertinent Information
  13. 13. Sourcewww.nursinglaw.com/blood3.pdf