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February 2012
Volume 5 | Issue 2  Content is not free, to access this content, you need to either become a subscriber or purchase individual PDF
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Repeating an investigation 'to be on the safer side' - Court holds 'nothing wrong' p. 15
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Taking single composite consent on admission - Illegal p. 17
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Patient's failure to follow medical advice during hospitalization - Both patient and hospital held liable p. 20
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Untrained staff and nurses - Legal liability limited to hospitals only and not to doctors p. 22
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Administering anesthesia "unnecessarily" p. 23
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Choosing between summoning a specialist or transferring an emergency patient outside expertise - A delicate task p. 24
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Performing an emergency surgery when elective surgery is indicated p. 26
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'Major operation fee' of Rs. 350 brings a hospital within the ambit of consumer court p. 28
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