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Legal Advance D

Mr. G’s Legal Terms 2

TermDefinition
1. Allows people to donate their body or parts of their body after death for transplantation or medical research. The Uniform Anatomical Gift Act (UAGA) of 1968
2.A health care document that allows a person to give another person the right to make decisions regarding their health care if they are unable to make decisions or communicate because of severe illness or injury. Durable power of attorney
3.The rights that people are entitled to when they are in a relationship with a professional. Client rights
4. A legal document that allows people to state what medical treatments they want or do not want in the event that they are unable to make decisions or communicate because of severe illness or injury. Advance directives
5.Outweighs the power of attorney. Living Will
6.List of rights that are honored by health care providers. The Patient’s Bill of Rights
7.Has the legal right to make decisions regarding the principal’s health care if the principal is unable to make decisions or communicate because of severe illness or injury. agent
8. I give another the right to make decisions regarding my health care if I am unable to make decisions or communicate because of severe illness or injury. principal
9.Requires health care providers to provide information to patients about their rights to make decisions regarding their health care and to have advance directives. Patient Self-Determination Act
10. A document that allows people to state what medical treatments they want or do not want to prolong their life in the event that they are unable to make decisions or communicate because of severe illness or injury Living will
11.The basic, fundamental rights that belong to all people Human rights
12.The privileges and protections given to all U.S. citizens by Constitutional, federal, state, and local law. Civil rights
13. The rights given to residents in long-term health care facilities. Resident’s Bill of Rights
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