Anaesthetists value dialogue over consent form

The Association of Anaesthetists of Great Britain and Ireland has issued new guidelines on obtaining consent for anaesthesia, saying 'two-way communication' is more important than obtaining a signature on a consent form. The guidelines include advice on managing children, mentally ill people and women in labour, and on dealing with ...

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