Major medical treatment definition

Major medical treatment means a medical, surgical, or diagnostic intervention or procedure proposed for a person with mental retardation intellectual disability or a related disability, where a general anesthetic is used or which involves a significant invasion of bodily integrity requiring an incision, producing substantial pain, discomfort, debilitation, or having a significant recovery period. It does not include routine diagnosis or treatment such as the administration of medications or nutrition or the extractions of bodily fluids for analysis or dental care performed with a local anesthetic or a nonpermanent procedure designed for the prevention of pregnancy.
Major medical treatment means a medical, surgical or diagnostic intervention
Major medical treatment means a medical, surgical, or diagnostic

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Major medical treatment in this case means surgical or diagnostic interventions or procedures where a general anesthetic is used or which involves any significant risk or any significant invasion of bodily integrity requiring an incision or producing substantial pain, discomfort, debilitation or having a significant recovery period.

Major medical treatment includes any professional diagnosis or treatment in which informed consent is required by law.

ADDITIONAL NOTES: • Major medical treatment procedures may vary e.g. US (FDA method as recommended by DuPont) uses amyl nitrite as a methemoglobin generator, followed by treatment with sodium nitrite and then sodium thiosulfate.

Major medical treatment includes any treatment “that involves significant risk, significant invasion of bodily integrity, or significant pain” (Coleman & Petruzzelli)—for example, surgery requiring general anesthesia or the administration of psychotropic drugs.

Major medical treatment means a medical, surgical, or diagnostic intervention or procedure as defined in section 80.03(a) of the MHL, including any such intervention or procedure that involves hospice admission pursuant to article 40 of the PHL.


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Major medical treatment means any treatment, service or procedure to

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Emergency Treatment means Medical Service required in an Emergency. The Emergency event or situation, and the required Medical Service cannot be and are not separated by an unreasonable period of time.
Day Care Treatment means medical treatment, and/or surgical procedure which is:
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