34 FORENSIC MEDICINE I. Medical ethics It is the study of the duties and duties of doctors. The word deontology is derived from two Greek words: “deon” and “logos,” which means duty or contract or study. Under the name of “medical dicerology”, the rights of doctors are examined, a terminology that also derives from the Greek word “diceos”, which means right. More specifically, the question of physicians` rights is dealt with in the Code of Medical Ethics, Chapter XVIII: On Dicerology or the Rights of Physicians (arts. 120 to 125). Practice and the various authors clearly indicate that the duties and rights of physicians are studied under the name of medical ethics, without distinguishing between them and them. This branch of forensic medicine is also referred to as medical law or medical jurisprudence, including the following issues: (a) duties, duties and rights of physicians in relation to law: practice of medicine; medical liability; Medical confidentiality; Medical documentation; medical expenses; Forensic or expert work. b) Duties, duties and rights of physicians related to ethics: It is the study of medical behavior in all fields: nursing, research, teaching, advice and experts, in the light of the postulates of bioethics. II. Forensic Pathology This part examines issues related to injuries and deaths and includes: a) Thanatology: includes the definition of death, cadaveric phenomena, date of death, autopsy, preservation of corpses and legislation.
Different modes of death such as violent death, sudden infant and adult death syndrome, and fetal and newborn death are also examined. b) Asphyxiology: It is death by interruption of the exchange of breath. From a forensic point of view, it is a thanatological subject, but because of its importance, frequency and multiple connotations, it is studied as a subject with its own characteristics. c) Forensic lesionology: These are lesions in the legal, etiopathogenic, morphological and evolutionary aspects. III. Forensic Forensic Pathics 34 This is the part of forensic pathology that deals with the application of methods, and I will not say that the phrase “this work fills a gap”, but I believe that there is no other book, either now or among us, that solves with such clarity and precision the problems that must be faced. Those who walk every day on the difficult paths of forensic medicine. 18 FORENSIC PATHOLOGY CHAPTER 4: INJURIES AFTER THEIR DEVELOPMENT 266 CHAPTER 5: INJURIES ACCORDING TO VITAUDAD CHARACTERS 267 LBRO XII: FORENSICS 269 Definition. Deadlines for initiating the request preference in the payment. Preferential rights Decisions and legacies Ethics and doctors` fees 119 a) Determination and acceptance of the amount between the doctor and the patient 119 b) Form of estimation of the amount of the fees. Guidelines 119 (c) Right to payment of fees 120 (d) Free assistance 120 (e) Participation in fees 121 LBRO VH: LEGAL MEDICAL ACTIVITY OR WORK 123 ANTHROPOCUTION 125 LO 44 FORENSIC MEDICINE On the other hand, it should be noted that in 1992 the National Executive issued Decree N^ on the deregulation of the registration of professionals, which states: that “any member of the university who holds a title of national validity may exercise his activity or professional activity throughout the territory of the Republic, without any other need than to register with the school, association or register corresponding to his actual place of residence.
c Disqualified The Ministry of Health and Social Affairs may exclude persons with disabling illnesses from the practice of medicine for the duration of those illnesses. A medical committee is formed with three members: one from the Ministry of Health, one from the Faculty of Medicine and a third from the interested party. The decision is taken by simple majority. (d) Authorization to practise medicine The law authorizes the practice of medicine to doctors, surgeons or medical doctors who meet the following conditions: “(a) those who have a valid title issued by the national or private university and approved by the national State;” (b) persons who hold a diploma issued by a foreign university and have revalidated it; (c) Persons holding a degree issued by a foreign university and admitted by national universities on the basis of applicable international treaties. The international treaties in force are: the Montevideo Civil Law Treaty of 1889 and the Montevideo Convention on Private International Law of 1940, which are dealt with in the section “Revalidations”; (d) Professionals of recognized international prestige who are in transit through the country and who need to be consulted on matters within their exclusive area of competence. The authorization is valid for 6 months and can be extended up to a maximum of one year. This authorization can be granted again after 5 years. This authorisation shall be valid only for consultations required by recognised scientific health establishments or experts; (e) Foreign professionals recruited by public or private institutions for research, advice, teaching and/or consultancy of such institutions during the term of their contract and within the prescribed limits may not practise the profession in a private capacity. f) Professionals who do not reside in the country used to provide care advice should be called by a licensed professional and limit their activity to the case for which it was specifically necessary. (g) foreign professionals who have sought refuge in the country and have been admitted in accordance with Decree 6216/44 (Law), provided that they can prove their professional activity and have resided in the country since their entry. ».