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May 2012
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Page Nos. 61-76

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All emergency patients, consumers - Failure to provide medical help, deficiency of service p. 61
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Care and caution in admitting patients with psychic problems or suicidal tendencies p. 63
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Necessity of preserving non-medical records p. 65
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Keeping machines / equipment near the patient - Indispensable in certain cases p. 67
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Thoughtfulness and purposefulness in allotting rooms to patient p. 69
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Appointing substitutes / locum in emergencies p. 71
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Taking photographs of the injured / affected parts - A healthy practice p. 73
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Failure to record a simple, innocuous medical act - Court draws adverse inference p. 75
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