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Is it necessary to take high risk consent for an angiography procedure?

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Yes, it is necessary to take high risk consent for an angiography procedure.The MCI Ethics Committee considered the appeal against the order dt. 14.09.2011, passed by Orissa Medical Council and treating doctors who appeared before the Ethics Committee on 17.03.2012.After hearing both the parties and going through the available records, the Ethics Committee came to the conclusion that the treating Cardiologist had not given the high risk informed form to the patient /attendant, which was essentia...
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