عنوان مقاله [English]
A cursory glimpse at the heterogeneity and magnitude of medical erroneousness necessitates the resolution of ways to compensate equitably, in a proportionate manner to the stipulations of society. In this regard, jurisprudential and legal inquiries are severe in ascertaining the compensator of damages. The crucial constituent in this is the doctor's guarantee or non-guarantee. One factor that might have such effect is acquiring a patient's acquittance, which has also been known as non-guarantee, or non-liability. Due to one notion, concerning acquittance from a patient for not guaranteeing a physician is crucial. Notwithstanding, another notion considers the mere consent of a patient to treatment by a physician to be sufficient for not being a guarantee. The same one not onlsness and further fatalities. Moreover, establishing thct, a condition of non-liability, has consequences. Acknoon of some scholars such as Ibn Idris. The central claim and idea of the current inquiry are to clarify and justify the lack of necessity to acquit a patient in the context of falsehoods of the condition of non-liability, with a novel glance at the jurisprudential and legal dimensions of the physician's responsibility in a different statement and configuration.