Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust v AH & Ors (Serious Medical Treatment)  EWCOP 51
Judgment concerning whether the mechanical ventilation of a woman lacking capacity should be discontinued.
Judgment related to whether a young woman has the capacity to make decisions in a range of matters including the management of her own affairs.
Application for the committal of one of the P's sons because of his breach of seven court orders. No custodial sentence or fine was imposed.
Judgment concerning medical treatment for a 49 year old woman - ER - who has anorexia nervosa and whose physical condition is declining. The judge had to decide whether she has capacity to make decisions about her treatment and, in the light of that, to determine her best interests.
Hearing to determine whether the P had capacity to decide on his future residence and care.
Hearing to decide if the P had capacity to consent to sexual relations.
The court made declarations that the P lacks capacity to make decisions regarding foreign travel, contact with his family and others and social media and internet usage.
Application for the P to be transferred to hospital for an elective caesarean section. The application was granted.
Application by NHS Trust that the P be admitted to hospital, against her will, for obstetric treatment and a possible emergency caesarean section. The application was granted.
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