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April 2012
Volume 5 | Issue 4  Content is not free, to access this content, you need to either become a subscriber or purchase individual PDF
Page Nos. 45-60

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Post medical mishap - Necessity of informing and regularly updating the insurance company p. 45
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Refusing to toe patient's demand for a particular line of treatment - What next? p. 47
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Court gives credence to experience over qualification p. 49
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Medical records of accidents / emergencies p. 51
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Treating 'midnight patients' p. 54
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Withholding of medical records from the court - Always counterproductive p. 56
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Impregnable shield in a doctor's armor - Medical records p. 58
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Relying on a two-day-old investigation report of another laboratory - Held as negligence Highly accessed article p. 59
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