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November 2011
Volume 4 | Issue 11  Content is not free, to access this content, you need to either become a subscriber or purchase individual PDF
Page Nos. 157-170

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Preparing detail medical records after an accident - Held mandatory p. 157
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Deficiency of service - Freak accident causing injury p. 158
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Comparing fees charged by other doctors / hospitals - Irrelevant in law though commercially advisable p. 160
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Precautions in compromising with patients in cases of medical negligence p. 162
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Court draws favorable inference for writing medical records 'truthfully' p. 164
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Delay in performing surgery / procedure - When does it become unreasonable? p. 166
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Failure to advise confirmatory tests − Negligence p. 168
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What to do in cases where medical literature supports two or more diametrically opposite views? p. 169
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