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Biomedical Research Outline

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Introduction
I. Biomedical research generally involves investigations, or/and research that is conducted to support and help in the development of knowledge through experimentation, observations, testing and analysis in the medical field.
a. It involves guidelines, caring and following this guideline for the benefit of a patient.
b. It also involve the Belmont Report, medical paternalism, autonomy, and moral limit
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II. The four principles of biomedical ethics generally provides a fame work and resolutions of the moral problems that are encountered in clinical delivery of
A. Health care
B. Distribution of health resources
C. Medical research
1. These four principles includes: Justice, beneficence, and showing/giving respect to others and
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Each of which focuses mainly on patients being able to provide and t give inform consents to physicians, before undergoing any experimentations
IV. All these came from the idea that doctors are the best when it comes to surrogate decision making, which often times limits autonomy or be contrary to the patient’s benefit
A. Though it claim that, doctors should pay more attention to patient’s care and outcomes, rather than to her needs, preferences and rights
a. Outcomes can means that the patient is directly reporting about how they feel or function in relation to any health condition, often known as Patient-report outcome (PROs)
b. Other outcomes include researcher helping people and their caregiver to communicate properly with their health care provider, and making informed health care decisions
c. This is done so that every patient’s voice can be heard in assessing the many options of health care
B. In other words, physicians must help the patients to reach their potential. These potentials can mean simply daily routines like
a. Going to churches
b. Improving hygiene
c. Baking or other activities of the patient choice
V. The best way to reach a patient outcomes or to achieve his or her potentials benefit is to develop a care
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When extreme circumstances arise, where a patent refuses to give informed consent, should doctor still proceed with the medical treatment/procedures?
2. Doctors are trained to always response to an emergency when a patient is brought in. But if a patient refuses to give a consent, then doctors must decide what the next step is
3. Doctors needs to be protect from patient suing them, when they administered any form of treatment to a patient who clearly isn’t in their right mind
VI. None of these rules overrides the other, but physicians are required to act in urgent to save the patient and not to harm the patient
A. It is the duties and responsibilities of the physicians to save a patient and to not harm them. Doctors aren’t super human, but they don’t usually think twice to save a patient when it is an emergency
B. Medical benefits are and should be dispensed fairly so that everyone is treated equally according to the constitutions  Justice
C. Bioethics (Human Experimentation), applies to
1. Human dignity/respect for privacy
2. Solidarity/confidentiality
3. Freedom of research/non-discrimination or Justice
VII. Although the Belmont Report support this Bioethics and the rules, it still refrains the obstructing of actions when it poses a threat to
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