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June 2013
Volume 6 | Issue 6  Content is not free, to access this content, you need to either become a subscriber or purchase individual PDF
Page Nos. 77-88

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Precautions in 'history-changing patients' p. 77
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'No doctor available' - Hospital's security staff rightly refuses an emergency patient p. 79
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Precautions in dealing with patients having psychiatric disease / disorder p. 80
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Necessity of intimating and keeping the insurance company informed about the legal proceedings p. 82
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Medical Negligence cases in Consumer Courts - Ingenious methods of patient's relatives to make money p. 83
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Performing a surgery / procedure in absence of diagnostic / clinical evidence is negligence, per se p. 84
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Repeating investigation when the sample is spoilt or the results are patently erroneous - Advisable p. 86
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Increasing political interference in hospitals - A cause of concern p. 87
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