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         Medical ethics, also known as health care ethics, or as biomedical ethics, is a field of applied ethics applied to the fields of medicine and health care. These are the moral principles expected from persons in the medical profession. It is based on guidelines dictated in the Hippocratic Oath, Christian teachings and rabbinic teachings. Medical ethics encompasses values such as non-malfeasance, autonomy and beneficence.

         Throughout the history of mankind, medical legislation has continuously evolved to regulate the practice of medicine. The fundamental objective is to safeguard the standards of the medical profession and to protect the public against unskilled vendors of medicine who would be as injurious to the community as other criminals.

         The Justinian Code of the Byzantine Empire in 529 AD is probably the earliest law code found to contain clauses to require educational standard and proof of competence of doctors by examinations. It also restricted the number of doctors in each town and penalties were imposed for malpractice.

 
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