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February 2011
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Is leaving a patient and attending a prescheduled conference/CME negligence? p. 17
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Importance of using appropriate terms at appropriate places in writing medical records p. 19
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Law accepts that all doctors may not act similarly under similar circumstances p. 21
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Incorrect or improper degrees/qualifications on stationery used by a doctor - Unfair trade practice p. 23
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Legal consequences of inability or delay in diagnosing/detecting a rare ailment p. 24
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Precautions in handing over X-ray/sonography/MRI plates to patients p. 26
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Precautions in samples collected and bought by the patient for investigations p. 28
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Precautions in choosing a hospital for transferring an emergency patient p. 29
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