Why are informed consent forms updated?
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Print & Digital
Carbonless informed consent forms give you the ideal opportunity to quickly provide your patients with the legally required copy without any assistive technology.
Quick availability of the required copy for the patient.
High printing and paper quality:
The copies are clearly differentiated from the original by using coloured paper. The carbonless forms are protected against the writing bleeding through to the next page.
Furthermore, our convenient Clipboard clipboard facilitates easy handling.
The information part of the informed consent forms contains a comprehensive description of the procedure and why it is necessary, which is easy to understand for the patient. The patient is informed about possible additions to the procedure, risks and complications and instructions for before and after the procedure.
In the patient history part, general information on the patient (age, height, etc.) is collected. In addition, data on the general condition, relevant pre-existing condition and possible allergies is collected.
Doctor's notes on the patient-doctor discussion can be recorded in the documentation part. It also includes the patient's statement of consent. By signing the statement of consent, the patient confirms that a patient-doctor discussion has taken place and s/he feels prepared for the procedure.