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[Brugada syndrome--unique ECG pattern].

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Harefuah [Harefuah] 2006 May; Vol. 145 (5), pp. 345-7, 398.

Abstract:In 1992, the Brugada brothers, cardiologists from Spain, described 8 patients who survived sudden cardiac death and had a unique ECG pattern. Electrocardiographically characterized by a distinct ST-segment elevation in the right precordial leads. The s...

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[Waiver of medical confidentiality].

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Harefuah [Harefuah] 2004 Apr; Vol. 143 (4), pp. 295-9, 317, 316.

Abstract:The duty to maintain medical confidentiality is one of the fundamental and well-known obligations imposed on physicians, and is incorporated in the Law of Patient's Rights 1996 (the Law). Medical confidentiality applies to information conveyed to a phy...

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[What is the role of compulsory ECT therapy today?].

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Harefuah [Harefuah] 2004 Apr; Vol. 143 (4), pp. 254-7, 320, 319.

Abstract:Electro-convulsive therapy (ECT) has been effective for years, but it arouses opposition among patients and especially in the general public. ECT treatment is limited and compared to other medical treatment it is considered exceptional by the law, regu...

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[Water fluoridation and public health].

Publication Type:Editorial & Opinion

Source(s):Harefuah [Harefuah] 2003 Nov; Vol. 142 (11), pp. 747-9, 806.

Abstract:Fluoridation in Israel was first mooted in 1973 and finally incorporated into law in November 2002 obligating the Ministry of Health to add fluoride to the nation's water supply. Epidemiology studies in the USA have shown that the addition of one part ...

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[Representing patients hospitalized under legal commitment at district psychiatric committees].

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Harefuah [Harefuah] 2003 Feb; Vol. 142 (2), pp. 141-5.

Abstract:The Tel Aviv-Central District Office of the Public Defenders' Office has begun, as a trial project, to represent patients hospitalized under enforced commitments at district psychiatric committee hearings concerning their welfare. This experimental tri...

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[Advance medical directives].

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Harefuah [Harefuah] 2002 Feb; Vol. 141 (2), pp. 181-8, 221.

Abstract:A patient's rights to autonomy and to participate in the decision making process is a fundamental ethical principle. However, for the non-competent patient, participation in decision-making is more problematic. A survey carried out in Israel found that...

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[Compulsory, ambulatory psychiatric treatment].

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Harefuah [Harefuah] 1997 Dec 15; Vol. 133 (12), pp. 597-602, 664.

Abstract:The Treatment of Mentally Sick Persons Law of 1955, was repealed and replaced by the Law of 1991. Under the latter, the Order for Compulsory Ambulatory Treatment (OCAT) was addressed for the first time (Section 11, a-d). According to this law, the dist...

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[Refusal of invasive obstetrical intervention and the patient's right law].

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Harefuah [Harefuah] 1997 Jul; Vol. 133 (1-2), pp. 50-1.

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[Euthanasia].

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Harefuah [Harefuah] 1993 Oct; Vol. 125 (7-8), pp. 236-42.

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[The care of the terminally ill and the hopeless].

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Harefuah [Harefuah] 1988 Jul; Vol. 115 (1-2), pp. 35-8.

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