Slater v. Baker and Stapleton (C.B. 1767): Unpublished Monographs by Robert D. Miller
Miller, Robert D. (Desle)
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The Slater case is the first case imposing liability on a surgeon for performing a procedure without consent. This book reviews what happened, what was presented in court, and why they are so different. It also reviews the context of consent principles and medical experimentation and law of the time. It also provides biographical notes on the persons related to the case. It also reviews how the Slater case has been used in medical, ethical, legal and other publications.