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April 2017
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HTML if freeShortforms/abbreviations - Crying need to standardize Highly accessed article p. 55
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Filling the consent form by one person, one pen, one sitting - Mandatory, not merely advisable p. 57
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Certificates/Training/Experience cannot be a substitute for the prescribed qualification - Doctor and hospital, both held liable p. 59
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Doctor's signature on consent form - Mandatory p. 62
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Do not report/opine in a standard format - Not to be confused with SOPs, protocols, forms, etc. that must be standardized p. 63
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Dealing with multiple attendants of the patient - A tale of two wives p. 67
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Indian courts usually believe in the genuineness of medical records/documentation done by doctors/hospitals p. 69
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Hospital not negligent if it has ensured strict aseptic conditions even if the patient gets infected p. 71
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