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Read the case study at the end of Chapter 8. (Guido, p. 150)
Is the patient correct in claiming that he has a right to know the names and status of those who will perform this procedure?
Is the way the student introduced herself and the two other team members relevant in this case?
Was the informed consent inadequate to the point where the patient refused to consent?
How would you rule in this situation?