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February 2014
Volume 7 | Issue 2  Content is not free, to access this content, you need to either become a subscriber or purchase individual PDF
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Is it necessary to take the consent of attendants / relatives to put the patient on a ventilator? p. 17
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Requisition slip filled by the doctor for procuring blood for an emergency patient - Misused to prove that the doctor had performed surgery p. 19
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First aid and regular treatment - Difference and legal relevance p. 21
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Refusing to admit an emergency patient in the absence of proper consultants p. 23
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Taking and preserving the contact coordinates of staff - Imperative in today's charged medicolegal atmosphere p. 24
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Consequences of patient / attendants failure to bring medical records / investigation reports with an emergency patient p. 26
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Patient's husband delays in starting treatment - Court suspects intention to get rid of wife p. 28
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'Incomplete' diagnosis is negligence p. 30
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Compensation reduced due to negligence of doctors consulted by the patient earlier p. 31
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