El principio de división en el trabajo en la responsabilidad médica penal
Velasco Franco, Carlos Andrés
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Medicine is one of the essential professions for the survival of any civilized society. In the exercise of medical activity sometimes the surgical procedures do not turn out as expected, causing unfortunate events in the patient's health. In view of the foregoing, an attempt will be made to establish to what extent those who intervene in a surgical procedure respond criminally, that is, if they are jointly and severally liable, or if, on the contrary, they are jointly responsible and to what extent. For this, the principle of trust must be taken into account, without which, those involved in teamwork could not exonerate each other from responsibility and prevent them from fulfilling their own tasks and with the necessary diligence. That is, the Principle of Trust is a necessary element of any division of labor, this is applicable in the definition of the objective duty of care, at least in the case of the joint work of people who are at the same level.