Modern Blood Banking Study Set 1

Medicine

Quiz 29 :

Medicolegal and Ethical Aspects of Providing Blood Collection and Transfusion Services

Quiz 29 :

Medicolegal and Ethical Aspects of Providing Blood Collection and Transfusion Services

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How does the doctrine of informed consent protect the donor?
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Blood banks are federally regulated by which of the following?
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D

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What was the reason for the negligence verdict in the district case Belle Bonfils Memorial Blood Bank v. Denver District Court (1988)?
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In regard to donor histories, the federal government has put an emphasis on in the hope of acquiring more descriptive information from persons who may be infected with HIV.
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Which of the following situations is grounds for a plaintiff claim under invasion of privacy?
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How is battery conceptualized in transfusion medicine?
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What kind of cases stimulated state legislatures to enact protection for blood banks through so-called blood shield statutes?
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Many transfusion-transmitted acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (TTAIDS) lawsuits have been dismissed because of:
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What is the meaning of tort reform?
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What body of government is authorized to pass laws?
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In the case of Kozup v. Georgetown University Hospital (1987), what were the circumstances surrounding the court's decision to rule in favor of the defendant?
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What would be the plaintiff's claim for a case involving a donor or defendant who intentionally donated HIV-positive blood for transfusion purposes?
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In transfusion services, who is liable for the actions of employees as determined by federal law?
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Liability for negligence includes all of the following except:
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A blood bank technologist working in an Army medical center discovers that a colleague from boot camp who donated blood is HIV-positive. While at a nightclub on base, the technologist discloses this information to his sergeant. Within 24 hours the donor's commander confronts the donor with this rumor. By law the donor can file suit against the donor center for .
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What is the rationale surrounding the Doctrine of Charitable Immunity?
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All of the following are emerging concerns of transfusion medicine except:
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Why are physicians selected as the "respondent superior" in negligent cases?
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What would be the effect of redefining blood banking outside the realm of medical practice in litigation cases?
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The is an example of a voluntary standard, as related to transfusion medicine.
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