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September 2013
Volume 6 | Issue 9  Content is not free, to access this content, you need to either become a subscriber or purchase individual PDF
Page Nos. 119-134

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Changing 'hands' midway during documentation - A potential legal hazard p. 119
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'Palpably wrong diagnosis' and not 'error in diagnosis' is negligence p. 121
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Patient's consent for medical termination of pregnancy, absolutely mandatory p. 123
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The "only surgeon who does not have endophthalmitis is the one who does not operate" - National Consumer Commission p. 125
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Keeping oneself updated on banned / restricted drugs - A legal necessity p. 127
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Not relying on earlier reports, repeating investigations - A safe bet p. 129
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Not knowing the conclusive or specific cause of death p. 131
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Putting / weaning the patient on / off the ventilator - Contemplation, care, and caution required p. 133
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