IL CONSENSO INFORMATO NEI PROTOCOLLI CARDIOLOGICI PER IL GIUDIZIO DI IDONEITÀ ALLA ATTIVITÀ SPORTIVA

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[automatically translated] Informed consent in sports is explicit provision in Articles 71 and 72 of the Code of Medical Ethics. Article 71 prescribes adequate information for the subject on any risks which may result in the specific sport. Based on this indication the problem of informed consent can be in the "strict sense" when performing investigations, non-invasive or invasive, to the assessment of the sporting activities that can pose risks to which the person concerned must be informed and in "at large" when the expert, discovered a disease, believes that this is compatible with exercise, albeit in forms and reduced mode, and is the subject, asking the conscious collaboration. The doctor in informing the citizen and in the acquisition of consent, according to the rules of Articles 33 and 35 of the Code of Medical Ethics, must inform on the prospects and possible options properly, make sure that the content of the information has been fully understood and obtain an unambiguous consent, expressed in a free manner, to perform a task diagnostic and / or therapeutic. In case of a minor person, the consent must be provided by both parents who jointly exercise custody over the child itself. In the event that the doctor does not do draft the agreement incurs a professional responsibility that from the legal point of view can take the form of breach of contract. under the rules of Articles 33 and 35 of the Code of Medical Ethics, must inform on the prospects and possible options properly, make sure that the content of the information has been fully understood and obtain a clear consensus expressed in a free, to run a 'diagnostic and / or therapeutic. In case of a minor person, the consent must be provided by both parents who jointly exercise custody over the child itself. In the event that the doctor does not do draft the agreement incurs a professional responsibility that from the legal point of view can take the form of breach of contract. under the rules of Articles 33 and 35 of the Code of Medical Ethics, must inform on the prospects and possible options properly, make sure that the content of the information has been fully understood and obtain a clear consensus expressed in a free, to run a 'diagnostic and / or therapeutic. In case of a minor person, the consent must be provided by both parents who jointly exercise custody over the child itself. In the event that the doctor does not do draft the agreement incurs a professional responsibility that from the legal point of view can take the form of breach of contract. make sure that the content of the information has been fully understood and obtain a clear consensus expressed in a free, to perform a task diagnostic and / or therapeutic. In case of a minor person, the consent must be provided by both parents who jointly exercise custody over the child itself. In the event that the doctor does not do draft the agreement incurs a professional responsibility that from the legal point of view can take the form of breach of contract. make sure that the content of the information has been fully understood and obtain a clear consensus expressed in a free, to perform a task diagnostic and / or therapeutic. In case of a minor person, the consent must be provided by both parents who jointly exercise custody over the child itself. In the event that the doctor does not do draft the agreement incurs a professional responsibility that from the legal point of view can take the form of breach of contract.
Original languageItalian
Pages (from-to)19-24
Number of pages6
JournalRIVISTA DELLA FACOLTÀ DI SCIENZE MOTORIE DELL'UNIVERSITÀ DEGLI STUDI DI PALERMO
VolumeI
Publication statusPublished - 2008

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