Informed consent

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Informed consent is a rights of a patient who have to undergo medical treatment or care to know the kind and content of the treatment or service by the doctor who will give them and a right not to undergo any treatment or care without the patient's full agreement.

The end of informed consent is the medical ethics to avoid medical abuse or accident and admitted as one of the human rights in some international agreement, also in Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities.