Shoulder Dystocia and the Duty of Informed Consent


This article discusses the need for medical practitioners to consult state law rather than rely exclusively on ACOG Practice Bulletins when attempting to determine their obligation of informed consent when it comes to the potential problem of Shoulder Dystocia.

This article was originally published in Medical Malpractice Law and Strategy Vol. 29, Number 6, March 2012

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