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July 2013
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Page Nos. 89-104

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Misrepresenting to be a specialist is 'Quackery' ― National Consumer Commission p. 89
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How much importance must be given to the history given by the patient? p. 91
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HTML if freeFailure to rule out a 'suspicion' is negligence Highly accessed article p. 93
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HTML if freeRequest / Insistence by patient - No substitute for a doctor's professional advice p. 95
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HTML if freePost surgery infection with Staphylococcus bacteria is not negligence p. 97
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HTML if freeSurgeon bound to be available to the patient post surgery or must make alternative arrangements p. 99
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HTML if freeTransferring patient without a reasonable cause - Court draws adverse inference p. 101
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HTML if freeInforming the patient about any deficiency / shortcoming at the earliest - Court applauds the hospital p. 103
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