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April 2014
Volume 7 | Issue 4  Content is not free, to access this content, you need to either become a subscriber or purchase individual PDF
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HTML if freeThe growing legal responsibilities of a family physician p. 47
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Surgeon held negligent only for employing an untrained compounder p. 49
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Hospital insures its doctors only, fails to insure self - Loses insurance cover p. 51
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Need to record the advice of investigation in prescription: A necessity p. 53
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Patient's ruckus recorded in discharge summary proves valuable in defense p. 55
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National Consumer Commission discovers a patient's "futile attempt to create medical document to prove his allegation" p. 57
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Misunderstanding a doctor's presence in the OT p. 59
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Waiving fees/giving concessions to patients - Caution and contemplation required p. 61
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