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December 2010
Volume 3 | Issue 12  Content is not free, to access this content, you need to either become a subscriber or purchase individual PDF
Page Nos. 161-176

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HTML if freeDirecting patient to a particular chemist/dealer Highly accessed article p. 161
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Hospitals liability for failure to admit a patient for non-availability of beds p. 163
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Precautions in taking signatures of relatives/friends/attendants on consent/admission form p. 165
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Excessive charging - 'Deficiency in service,' but not medical negligence p. 167
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Hospitals depaneled under medical insurance/managed health care schemes - Precautions p. 170
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Precaution in paying compensation to the patient under court's order - Relevance of time to appeal p. 172
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Refusing to admit a patient at the outset p. 174
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Precautions in changing catheter, dressings, etc p. 175
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