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November 2013
Volume 6 | Issue 11  Content is not free, to access this content, you need to either become a subscriber or purchase individual PDF
Page Nos. 151-164

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HTML if freeMore caution and personal attention required of the doctor differing with another medical opinion — Supreme Court p. 151
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Using a non-standard short-form proves costly for the doctor p. 154
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The line dividing 'overconfidence' of a doctor with 'negligence' p. 155
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Court takes into account the window period of HIV infection p. 157
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Not giving test-dose of Ampicillin before every dose - Held as negligence p. 159
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Failure to advise hospitalization ― Held as negligence p. 161
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Hospital performing surgery of hernia without a ventilator held negligent p. 162
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Demarcating duties between junior doctors, consultants, and doctor in-charge of the patient p. 164
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