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S'informer des recommandations et s'adapter

posted 6th Oct 2016, 8:45 PM

S'informer des recommandations et s'adapter
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6th Oct 2016, 8:45 PM

Tekai

[EN] - Best practice guidelines suggested that the most effective intervention would be to cut the patient's right leg.

- Alas the patient had no right leg, which means I cut the left one.
- This way I don't risk getting sued as I followed the guidelines as best as possible.

Best practice guidelines are sets of directives and suggestions meant for health professionals to guide care.

Most of the time those are created to best answer the needs of a casual "usual" patient.

The more unusual a patient profile is (eg. has other diseases, old age), the least relevant the guidelines become.

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