Is there a law forbidding medical pro. to hide an info to a patient?
I mean....today i had a patient having a thoracic pain 5/5. he was really agressive and told me to give him morphine on the way!
I followed the protocol giving him nitrolingual 1 puff q5min x3 with no result. each time I was taking his blood pressure we was trying to change the results putting his arsm in the air or not breathing. hehehehe his description of the pain wasn't concise. It was difficult for me to beleive him. He became really agressive and I told him I would give him a painkiller.
I gave him a 2ml injection of aquapura (NaCl) and right after that he said he was releived!
He replayed that game 3x /8hours.
Is there a law forbidding me to do that?
Docs have serious doubts about these pains. The cardio said it wasn't thoracic pains and we shouldn't give him morphin. Yes I followed the prescription...but the problem is...have i the right to tell the patient this product will help him to releive his pain? I'm not at ease in that situation!