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September 2012
Volume 5 | Issue 9  Content is not free, to access this content, you need to either become a subscriber or purchase individual PDF
Page Nos. 125-138

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HTML if freeDisclosing correct information to the patient causing shock - Is it negligence? Highly accessed article p. 125
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Hospital's duty to provide all relevant medical records to an emergency patient on being transferred p. 129
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Too much reliance on diagnosis / treatment of another doctor / hospital consulted earlier - An invitation for trouble p. 131
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Consequences of using 'unknown' short-forms in medical records p. 132
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Dealing in ailments having no standard practices or protocols p. 133
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A HIV-negative patient turns HIV-positive after hospitalization - Court refuses to presume negligence p. 134
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How early should a gynecologist be present with a patient in labor? p. 136
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Disturbing trend - The growing breed of regular professional 'Medical Experts' p. 137
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