Is the concept of informed consent applicable to clinical research involving critically ill patients?

@article{Luce2003IsTC,
  title={Is the concept of informed consent applicable to clinical research involving critically ill patients?},
  author={John M. Luce},
  journal={Critical care medicine},
  year={2003},
  volume={31 3 Suppl},
  pages={
          S153-60
        }
}
Informed consent is a process through which patients or their surrogates authorize medical interventions or involvement in research. The concept of informed consent is supported by ethical principles and legal tradition in the United States. It grew in importance during the 20th century because of documented abuse of research subjects, which led to its codification in federal consent requirements for clinical research. For the most part, the concept and the codification are based on a model of… CONTINUE READING
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