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Step III

Step III - Ethics 1

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What are the three primary requirements of EMTALA 1.dr. must give approp med screening exam to any pt coming to ED +/- insurance 2. any pt w/ emergency situatx must be stabilized & tx for emergent conditx 3. hosp can not transfer pt w/ a med emergency unless pt stabilized + spec criteria are met
Definition of Volenti non fit injuria person who knowingly places himself at risk for danger cannot sue for any resulting injuries that may by incurred
Does having a child emancipate a minor NO; living financially independent and via court order = emancipation
Does an adult need to be present in order for a minor/child to be seen by physician NO
What are the two groups in a cohort study Exposed and non-exposed to risk factor
What are advantages of chort studies Measure incidence of disease outcome or multiples outcomes of single exposure
Which study does not test causality and not useful for rare dz Cross sectional
Does cross sectional study prevalence or incidence Prevalence
What is the time difference b/t case control and cohort Cohort looks forward while case control looks backward
What are the two groups studied in case controlled studies Cases (ill pts) and controls (well pts)
What is the difference in predictor value b/t randomized clinical control vs case control studies Random: investigator controls predictor variable (treatment/intervention); case: predictor variable is already established and investigator looking backwards to find strength of association b/t predictor variable and having/not having dz
What consideration is made for HIV testing Pt consent
After consent is obtained from pt for HIV testing s/p needle prick in physician, what test is ran Rapid Ag on BOTH pt and Dr with NEW blood (not previously drawn)
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