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Consentimiento informado en Podologia

Discussion in 'Español' started by javier, Mar 26, 2008.

  1. javier

    javier Senior Member


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    En el hilo Cirugía Ungueal se ha dicho:

    Podoalf respondió:

    ¿Y tú que opinas?

    Saludos,
     
  2. Facestone

    Facestone Member

    Totalmente de acuerdo con la informacion al paciente.Sin duda alguna el proceso de "adherencia terapeutica" mejora notablemente si el cliente-paciente se siente parte integrante del mismo e incluso en muchas ocasiones da su opinión (sea erronea o no):empathy:.

    Creo que a muchos nos ha pasado el caso de pacientes, que no convencidos de un tratamiento y del uso de unas ortesis plantares , acaban abandonandolas
    (aun siendo efectivas), por el simple hecho de que "no se ven con ellas" o porque
    dudan de su eficacia.

    Ya se sabe la fe mueve montañas y con fe y un buen tratamiento exito seguro. :dizzy:
     

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