An experiment on the presumption of consent to emergency medical treatment

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Sample size: 2154 Field period: 10/11/2012-03/07/2013 Abstract: In life-threatening emergencies involving incapacitated patients, clinicians may intervene without obtaining informed consent, on the presumption that reasonable people would consent to treatment in such circumstances. Whether this rationale applies to treatment of acute ischemic stroke with thrombolysis, which is not life-preserving...

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