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March 2013
Volume 6 | Issue 3  Content is not free, to access this content, you need to either become a subscriber or purchase individual PDF
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Abnormal reaction / overreaction after a medical mishap accident p. 31
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Deviating from an 'essential feature' of a standard protocol - Negligence p. 34
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Greater the risk, quicker should be the medical response - National Consumer Commission p. 37
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Naming the facility / hospital for transfer - Advisable p. 39
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Last minute changes in consented treatment / intervention - Fresh consent mandatory p. 41
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Freak accident - Hospital directed to pay compensation p. 43
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Giving guarded prognosis - Court draws inference in doctor's favor p. 44
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Doctors as expert witnesses in courts are becoming more prone to criticism - Need for introspection p. 46
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