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August 2011
Volume 4 | Issue 8  Content is not free, to access this content, you need to either become a subscriber or purchase individual PDF
Page Nos. 107-122

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Law differentiates between categories of hospitals/facilities - Size, place, investment, etc. taken into account p. 107
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Managing medical conditions with no standard protocol / guideline / practice p. 109
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"Ideal" practice expected but "Usual" practice legally acceptable p. 111
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Legal consequences of failure of equipments during surgery / procedure p. 114
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Are non-allopathic doctors legally competent to use modern diagnostic and investigation techniques / equipments? p. 116
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Compensation for medical negligence - Sum spent on nutrients for infant included p. 119
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Compensation and refund of amount spent by patient on investigations p. 120
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Advising / permitting patients to take second opinion − Positive inference drawn by courts p. 121
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