Informed consent prior to coronary angiography in a real world scenario: What do patients remember?

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Abstract

Patients' informed consent is legally essential before elective invasive cardiac angiography (CA) and successive intervention can be done. It is unknown to what extent patients can remember previous detailed information given by a specially trained doctor in an optimal scenario as compared to standard care.

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Eran, A., Erdmann, E., & Er, F. (2010). Informed consent prior to coronary angiography in a real world scenario: What do patients remember? PLoS ONE, 5(12). https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0015164

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