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December 2017
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HTML if freeUltimate object of punishing doctors is "not getting or giving compensation but to have flawless service" as it is question of life and death and effects the quality of life Highly accessed article p. 185
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Who is liable for a mop left in the abdomen while performing hernia repair and cesarean during the same anaesthesia? Obstetrician or General Surgeon? p. 188
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Diagnostic pleural tap performed in the casualty in a non-hospitalized patient - "Caution was thrown to the winds,"says court p. 191
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Referring the body of a still born for postmortem, not mandatory but advisable p. 193
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Hospitals cannot take shelter behind their arbitrary/unreasonable internal protocols p. 195
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Failure to communicate about the possibility of recurrence, an instance of negligence p. 197
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Doctor selling a machine to the patient and vouching for its effectiveness which proves wrong later - Misrepresentation, holds court p. 199
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Two conflicting orders passed in one complaint by the District Consumer Forum - One signed by the President only, second by the other two members of the Forum p. 200
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