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October 2011
Volume 4 | Issue 10  Content is not free, to access this content, you need to either become a subscriber or purchase individual PDF
Page Nos. 141-156

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Consent for taking corrective measures for an injury / accident suffered during a procedure / surgery p. 141
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Referring a patient for investigations to an in-house pathology laboratory p. 143
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Medical negligence is 'inclusive of impropriety in dealing with the patient' p. 145
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Properly written medical history - A complete defense in medico-legal cases p. 147
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Parting with original medical records - A definite recipe for disaster p. 149
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Medical negligence - Unintentional acts vis-à-vis intentional acts p. 151
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Doctrine of causation - Relationship between cause (negligent act) and result (harm) in medical negligence p. 152
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Compensation in medical negligence - The highest ever claimed and the highest ever awarded in India p. 154
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