Each addresses a value that arises in interactions between providers and patients. The principles address the issue of fairness, honesty, and respect for fellow human beings.
• Autonomy: People have the right to control what happens to their bodies.
• Beneficence: All healthcare providers must strive to improve their patient’s health, to do the most good for the patient in every situation.
• Non maleficence: “First, do no harm” is the bedrock of medical ethics. In every situation, healthcare providers should avoid causing harm to their patients. You should also be aware of the doctrine ofdouble effect, where a treatment intended for good unintentionally causes harm. This doctrine helps you make difficult decisions about whether actions with double effects can be undertaken.
• Justice: The fourth principle demands that you should try to be as fair as possible when offering treatments to patients and allocating scarce medical …show more content…
1. a toddlers experiencing a very high fever, after being checked by a doctor, the doctor stated that only experienced inflammation and only provided space to stay in the hospital, after a few days there was a nurse checking my platelets and it turns out the child is exposed to dengue fever, and the next morning he died.
Analysis: omissions doctors in diagnosing diseases in patients suffering, so the handling is done is not appropriate and mengakibatan it the fatal case.
2. There's a patient who visits a clinic, where he complained of pain, after doctors diagnosed the disease of the patient, the doctor giving injections to patients, but arriving at the home of the patient experiencing a seizure.
Analysis: the doctor's negligence in providing action towards the patient, so the doses or injections provided does not correspond to the disease in a patient's suffering.
3. in a clinic, there was a mother who gave birth to her baby. One time a midwife accidentally cut off one of his fingers the baby but not doing further handling to the