consent form (kənˈsɛnt fɔːm)
- (medicine) a form signed by a patient prior to a medical procedure to confirm that he or she
agrees to the procedure and is aware of any risks that might be involved ⇒
The primary purpose of the consent form is to provide evidence that the patient gave
consent to the procedure in question.
Example Sentences Including 'consent form'
1. Your gynaecologist should never ask you to sign a consent form for exploratory surgery with a `possible" hysterectomy.
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The consent form asked for information about the child's address, age and family doctor.
New Zealand Herald (2004)
The following is excerpted from an actual consent form for penis enhancement surgery we found at http: / /www.
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