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Ghadipasha M, Nakhaei N, Sanjaripor A, Marashi S, Teimoori M. The studyof knowledgelevel of surgeons and anesthesiologists on clearance and consent in Kerman during 2010. MLJ. 2013; 7 (24) :83-99
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Background: Patients claims are one of the most important working stresses in medical profession. Dissatisfaction and claims of patients from medial doctors are one of the important problems in the society. Here we propose to evaluate the level of knowledge of surgeons and anesthesiologists about clearance and satisfaction in Kerman. Methods:This cross-sectional study, was conducted in 2010, 120Investigation of knowledge level of surgeons and anesthesiologists on clearance and satisfaction In Kermanstudied by census method collecting data from self-made questionnaire and data analysis software SPSS17 square K and T test were used. Results:In this study, 83.3% were professional surgeons and 16.7% were anesthesiologists73/4% had good awareness from the total number but 10/8% had unacceptable awareness. The knowledge score of anesthesiologists 14.9±2 was higher than general surgeons 12.9±8.3 (p=0.024). The knowledge score on the basis of sex and years of experience was not different. Conclusion:It got clear that the good knowledge of people who have been studied was not acceptable and lack ofknowledge in consent and clearance can make problems for the medical society and endanger the health of the society. So it is necessary to have legal trainings to increase treatment group information with educational workshops and retraining programs.

Received: 2012/11/22 | Accepted: 2013/01/31

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