32-3204. Experimental diagnosis,
therapy or treatment; implied consent; definition
A. Notwithstanding any provision
of this title to the contrary, a health professional, within the scope of that person's
profession, may use an experimental diagnosis, therapy or treatment on a patient
who is unable to make or communicate health care decisions and who has an emergent
life threatening condition if the requirements of 21 Code of Federal Regulations
parts 50, 56, 312, 314, 601, 812 and 814 have been met.
B. A health professional who performs an experimental diagnosis, therapy or treatment
pursuant to this section is deemed to have obtained the patient's implied consent
for the purposes of title 12, chapter 5.1, article 1.
C. For purposes of this section, "experimental diagnosis" means the pharmaceuticals,
devices and technology used to diagnose patients.