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August 2013
Volume 6 | Issue 8  Content is not free, to access this content, you need to either become a subscriber or purchase individual PDF
Page Nos. 105-118

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Have Indian courts started taking experience of a doctor taken into account in cases of medical negligence? p. 105
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Importance of medical records from automatic electronically monitored machines in legal proceedings p. 107
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Is it necessary to disclose the name of each and every doctor of the surgical team to the patient? p. 109
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'Cardiologist' or not – Patient alleges unfair trade practice p. 111
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Consequences of failure to record a routine act - Adverse inference drawn by the court p. 112
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Admitting a patient in case of non-availability of investigation facilities p. 114
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Surgeon alone held responsible for anesthetist's mistake in intubating - Questionable decision of the National Consumer Commission p. 116
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Compensation given by the lower court as 'goodwill gesture' set aside by the National Consumer Commission p. 118
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