Most of our posts here deal with gadgets physicians or other medical professionals would use, but the New York Times has published an article about issues stemming from the patient or the family bringing cameras into the delivery room.
Now, as anyone who’s been made to watch a video of a friend’s delivery during a party can attest, this isn’t a new phenomenon. However, since almost any device can record video now and it’s easiest to share the video online, medical-legal considerations are leading some hospitals to restrict any and all recordings of live births.
We’d be interested to know what our readers think. Do you let patients film you while you work?
New York Times article: Rules on Cameras in Delivery Rooms Stir Passions…
*This blog post was originally published at Medgadget*