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October 2012
Volume 5 | Issue 10  Content is not free, to access this content, you need to either become a subscriber or purchase individual PDF
Page Nos. 139-154

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HTML if freeTaking consent in a language not known to the patient Highly accessed article p. 139
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Is it necessary to specifically record a patient as a 'high-risk patient'? p. 142
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Oral consent in emergencies: Held, valid p. 144
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Justification for every medical act: In medical records and medical science p. 146
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Can an experienced nurse be a substitute for a junior doctor? p. 148
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Transferring a patient without properly diagnosing: Held negligence p. 150
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Hospital's liability for negligence of visiting consultants vis-à-vis full-time consultants p. 151
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Failure to properly assess the patient before a surgery/procedure: Per se negligence p. 153
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