Do you agree with the court that this duty is both a logical and modest extension of physicians’ “traditional” obligation to their patients? Why or why not?

1.Go back to the first legal principle drawn from the Canterbury decision: namely, that physicians have a duty of reasonable disclosure to include therapy options and the dangers potentially involved with each. Do you agree with the court that this duty is both a logical and modest extension of physicians’ “traditional” obligation to their patients? Why or why not? Depending on your answer, are you surprised to learn that some states have opted not to follow the Canterbury court’s patient-oriented standard of informed consent, relying instead on the more conventional approach of measuring the legality of physician disclosure based on what a reasonable physician would have disclosed?

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Name and perform the calculation to determine the integrity of the patient’s blood–brain barrier.

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Would a CSF lactate test be of any value for the diagnosis? Why or why not?

1. Mary Howard, age 5, is admitted to the pediatrics ward with a temperature of 105%F, lethargy, and cervical rigidity. A lumbar spinal tap is performed, and three tubes of….