Правовое регулирование использования органов и тканей человека как особых объектов гражданского права в целях трансплантации в Республике Молдова: сравнительный аспект
Închide
Articolul precedent
Articolul urmator
10 0
Căutarea după subiecte
similare conform CZU
616-089.843:34(478) (1)
Patologie. Medicină clinică (2917)
Drept. Jurisprudență (8385)
SM ISO690:2012
АРСЕНИ, Игорь; РУСАНОВСКИЙ, Василий. Правовое регулирование использования органов и тканей человека как особых объектов гражданского права в целях трансплантации в Республике Молдова: сравнительный аспект. In: Ştiinţă, educaţie, cultură . Vol.1, 15 februarie 2019, Comrat. Comrat, Republica Moldova: Universitatea de Stat din Comrat, 2019, pp. 209-215. ISBN 978-9975-3246-7-0.
EXPORT metadate:
Google Scholar
Crossref
CERIF
BibTeX
DataCite
Dublin Core
Ştiinţă, educaţie, cultură
Vol.1, 2019
Conferința "Ştiinţă, educaţie, cultură"
Comrat, Moldova, 15 februarie 2019

Правовое регулирование использования органов и тканей человека как особых объектов гражданского права в целях трансплантации в Республике Молдова: сравнительный аспект


CZU: 616-089.843:34(478)
Pag. 209-215

Арсени Игорь, Русановский Василий
 
Комратский госуниверситет
 
Disponibil în IBN: 26 martie 2020


Rezumat

Analysis of the current legislation of the Republic of Moldova on health care in the field of transplantation of organs and tissues suggests that the legal basis of this issue has a number of gaps. Thus, the issues of informed voluntary consent for medical intervention have not been resolved, there is no unequivocal definition of a circle of donors, and problems of civil law regulation of a contract for the provision of transplant medical services have not been resolved. In this connection, it is inevitable that it is necessary to determine the nature of the relationship that develops during transplantation of human organs and tissues, as well as the structure of relationships that take shape in the course of organizing and directly providing transplant medical care.

Cuvinte-cheie
health care, organ and tissue transplantation, medical services