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October 2014
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Page Nos. 143-160

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National Consumer Commission holds that an allopathic doctor can prescribe ayurvedic medicines - Legally incorrect proposition p. 143
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Reducing consent to a "Signature Ceremony" - Three different procedures, identically worded consent p. 145
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Dealing with drugs/consumables brought by the patient but not used p. 147
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Mixing of medicines while dispensing/storing - An area of concern p. 149
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Failure to take into account small but "real" risks is negligence p. 151
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Difference between pardonable and unpardonable errors of judgment/mistakes p. 155
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Could a consent taken even before the procedure is finalized be termed as "informed consent"? p. 157
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Consumer Courts not bound to accept findings of Medical Council of India/State in totality - National Consumer Commission p. 159
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