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Isfahani M. THE LEGAL SECURITY IN MEDICAL SERVICES AND THE LIMIT OF ITS ACQUAINTANCE. RJMS. 1994; 1 (1) :9-14
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Medical sciences which respond to basic human needs (that is providing, maintaining and restoring health) have a high value in the Islamic weltanschaung because they have to preserve lives. Having sufficient knowledge and doing one's best by using divine motives is an obvious clue of a great worship and without having the necessary knowledge, giving the medical services by physicians or any in giving medical care makes the physician responsible for his doing. In this regard, by having a brief look at religious responsibilities of medical professionals, it is obvious that being free of malpractice and its consequences is related to continuing education, accuracy and attention, acting professional limits and getting consent from the patient or his parents (guardians).In this article different aspects of the problem being discussed and emphasis has put on an increasing knowledge in proportion to scientific developments by using islamic guidances.

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