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May 2013
Volume 6 | Issue 5  Content is not free, to access this content, you need to either become a subscriber or purchase individual PDF
Page Nos. 63-76

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When does a hospital become legally well-equipped for a specialized treatment / surgery / procedure even in the absence of the requsite equipments? p. 63
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Dealing with psychotic patients who believe that they are victims of medical negligence p. 65
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Who will pay the bill? p. 66
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Permitting hospitalized patients to take outside food - A risky affair p. 68
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Court questions surgeon's wisdom in starting a procedure knowing that the equipment was defective p. 70
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Hospitals misrepresentation regarding recognition / empanelment - Held as deficiency in service p. 72
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Medical literature as an aid to construe the "Accepted and normal medical procedure" p. 73
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Inordinate delay in diagnosing or referring the patient - Negligence p. 74
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Misconstruing 'Expected Date of Delivery' as 'Exact Date of Delivery' p. 76
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