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TITLE 28—Judicial Administration

CHAPTER V—BUREAU OF PRISONS, DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE

SUBCHAPTER C—INSTITUTIONAL MANAGEMENT

PART 549—MEDICAL SERVICES

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Subpart A—INFECTIOUS DISEASE MANAGEMENT

§549.10
Purpose and scope.
§549.11
Program responsibility.
§549.12
Testing.
§549.13
Programming, duty, and housing restrictions.
§549.14
Confidentiality of information.
§549.15
Infectious disease training and preventive measures.
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Subpart B—OVER-THE-COUNTER (OTC) MEDICATIONS

§549.30
Purpose and scope.
§549.31
Inmates without funds.
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Subpart C—PSYCHIATRIC EVALUATION AND TREATMENT

§549.40
Purpose and scope.
§549.41
Hospitalization in a suitable facility.
§549.42
Use of psychiatric medications.
§549.43
Transfer for psychiatric or psychological examination.
§549.44
Voluntary hospitalization in a suitable facility for psychiatric care or treatment, and voluntary administration of psychiatric medication.
§549.45
Involuntary hospitalization in a suitable facility for psychiatric care or treatment.
§549.46
Procedures for involuntary administration of psychiatric medication.
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Subpart D—PLASTIC SURGERY

§549.50
Purpose and scope.
§549.51
Approval procedures.
§549.52
Informed consent.
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Subpart E—HUNGER STRIKES, INMATE

§549.60
Purpose and scope.
§549.61
Definition.
§549.62
Initial referral.
§549.63
Initial medical evaluation and management.
§549.64
Food/liquid intake/output.
§549.65
Refusal to accept treatment.
§549.66
Release from treatment.
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Subpart F—FEES FOR HEALTH CARE SERVICES

§549.70
Purpose and scope.
§549.71
Inmates affected.
§549.72
Services provided without fees.
§549.73
Appealing the fee.
§549.74
Inmates without funds.
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Subpart G—AUTHORITY TO CONDUCT AUTOPSIES

§549.80
Authority to conduct autopsies.
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Subpart H—CIVIL COMMITMENT OF A SEXUALLY DANGEROUS PERSON

§549.90
Purpose and application.
§549.91
Definition of “sexually dangerous person.”
§549.92
Definition of “sexually violent conduct.”
§549.93
Definition of “child molestation.”
§549.94
Definition of “sexually dangerous to others.”
§549.95
Determining “serious difficulty in refraining from sexually violent conduct or child molestation if released.”


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