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Re: [IP] pumping while in surgery & the Soft Serter CRUTCH



Then how can these people be getting NPH while they are out after surgery?

		Sam!

On Wed, 28 Jun 2000 email @ redacted wrote:

> Sam,
> You should know that legally you have the right to refuse ANY medicine or
> medical treatment w/out hospital penalty.  This is b/c legally nobody can
> touch your body w/out your permission.  Law school taught us that the first
> year in our torts class.
> Santana
> 
> "Samantha C. Rohwer" wrote:
> 
> > I have been reading this thread with intrest and a little bit of fear.  I
> > was curious, can you sign some sort of document that says they have to ok
> > it through you or your SO (loved one, whatever) before they are allowed to
> > give you any medication?  Wouldn't that solve the problem of them giving
> > you NPH or too much insulin?
> >
> >                         Sam!
> >
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