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When consent isn't informed enough: what's the nurse's role when a patient has given consent but doesn't fully understand the risks?



When consent isn't informed enough: what's the nurse's role when a patient has given consent but doesn't fully understand the risks?



American Journal of Nursing 105(4): 79-84




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