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May 2011
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Page Nos. 63-74

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HTML if freeConsent for medical termination of pregnancy in India - A woman's exclusive domain, no place for man's concurrence Highly accessed article p. 63
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Medical practices followed in other countries - How much relevant in Indian courts? p. 65
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Medical mishaps/accidents - Irrelevance of actual harm caused to the patient p. 67
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Attending doctor held not liable for "administrative" lapses/negligence of the hospital p. 69
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Managing an emergency patient with insufficient resources - Classical dilemma p. 71
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Need to improve interaction with pharmacists/dispensing chemist p. 73
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Treatment provided by government hospitals to government servants - Applicability of Consumer Protection Act p. 74
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