In a case where the treatment is section 58 type treatment1, treatment is immediately necessary if:
(1) it is immediately necessary to save the patient's life2; or
(2) it is immediately necessary to prevent a serious deterioration of the patient's condition and is not irreversible3; or
(3) it is immediately necessary to alleviate serious suffering by the patient and is not irreversible or hazardous4; or
(4) it is immediately necessary, represents the minimum interference necessary to prevent the patient from behaving violently or being a danger to himself or others and is not irreversible or hazardous
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