hoja de consentimiento informado

Discussion in 'Medical Terminology' started by navarroi, Mar 28, 2005.

  1. navarroi New Member

    Spain Catalan
    Example sentence/context:
    Los pacientes del hospital firmaron la hoja de consentimiento informado, con lo cual autorizaron a los médicos para utilizar los datos de los análisis.

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  2. lauranazario Moderatrix

    Puerto Rico
    Puerto Rico/Español & English
    Hola Navarroi... y bienvenido(a) al foro.

    hoja de consentimiento informado = informed consent form

    Hospital patients signed the informed consent form which authorized doctors/physicians to use data from their analyses.

    Saludos,
    LN
     
  3. FSouder Junior Member

    New Jersey, USA
    EEUU English
    I agree with the concept but it certainly sounds funny. I would simply say "consent form" - informed consent is certainly correct (uninformed consent would not be legally binding) - all I am saying is that it sounds funny.
     
  4. germanpenn Junior Member

    Argentina and Spanish
    Agree. Consent form is the most accurate translation.
     
  5. lauranazario Moderatrix

    Puerto Rico
    Puerto Rico/Español & English
    I'm sorry Germanpenn, but informed consent is not the same as "plain" consent.
    Furthermore... Wiley's English><Spanish Legal Dictionary confirms my initial translation:
    consentimiento informado = informed consent.

    Saludos,
    LN
     
  6. sergio11 Senior Member

    Los Angeles and Buenos Aires
    Spanish (lunfardo)
    Laura is right. This is an everyday routine in hospitals. Millions of these forms are signed every day and have the same names in all English speaking countries . Look for informed consent forms from different countries in Google.
     
  7. EVAVIGIL

    EVAVIGIL Senior Member

    Madrid
    Spain / Spanish
    "I agree", Germanpenn.
    In English, we need an article... ;)
    Cheers!
    EVA.
     
  8. EVAVIGIL

    EVAVIGIL Senior Member

    Madrid
    Spain / Spanish
    It is "informed consent":

    Informed consent

    The process in which a person learns key facts about a clinical trial and voluntarily agrees to take part in it by signing a consent form describing the potential risks and benefits of treatment.

    www.lillyoncology.com/interstitials/glossary

    Cheers! :)
    EVA.
     

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