Connolly v Croydon Health Services NHS Trust 
Mrs Connolly asserted that she had consented to the procedure of low risk angiogram but not the complications had arisen resulting in the necessity of angioplasty. There had been dissection of artery detected but it was unclear about the cause of dissection. Judge: due to the analgesics drugs and sedation had been administered to her she did not have capacity to withdraw her consent to treatment during the procedure. Once the emergency arose it was clearly reasonable for the
British Medical Association (BMA) recommendations for diet-related ill-health
1. Sugar Tax - increase pricing by 20% - using the tax to subsidise the sale of fruits and vegetables 2. Public-private partnership - reduce the accessibility, availability and marketing of unhealthy food and drink products 3. Education, social marketing and health promotion - healthy dietary behaviour - health risks of a poor diet - healthier diets in school 4. Consumer information - displaying of nutritional information 5. Restrictions of mass media - prohibit the marketin
How to address resource allocation in health in a fair and just manner?
The right to healthcare is limited and there are conflicts of access or right to healthcare e.g. when it happens that two persons both need a donated kidney. There are limits in available resources. 1. scarcity of resources can be radical (not enough for everyone) or comparative (not enough to treat everyone now) 2. financial constraints (no money v unfair distribution) 3. increase supply and demand - improved technology in treating more diseases (supply) - innovations by pha