A. Check advance directive
B. Sister can sign consent form
C. Don't do the procedure give pain relief and send her home.
D. Respect autonomy and document all the discussion and monitor.
E. Inform named consultant, FGM midwife and place immediately.
F. Issue a contraceptive and involve the Safeguarding team.
G. Proceed in the best interest of the patient.
H. Mother can't give consent on her behalf
I. Respect religious views
J. Do only the procedure what is consented
K. No one can sign on behalf of her as she has capacity
L. Respect autonomy
M. Respect religious views
N. Cannot be done as it's against law
O. Montgomery ruling
P. Involve safeguarding team immediately
Each of the following clinical scenarios below relate to various ethical principles. For each patient select the single most appropriate Option from the list above. Each option may be used once, more than once or not at all.
1.14-year-old Katie, presented with severe right sided abdomen pain, her pain score is 7/10. On further imaging she has twisted right ovarian cyst, probably dermoid. Katie has a capacity to make decision. She has passed Gillick test. She is refusing to undergo surgery, she wants some medicines. Her mother who accompanied her is willing for surgery, what would you do now?