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October 2015
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Page Nos. 157-172

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HTML if freeConsent for ERCP should not be delegated to trainees/physicians - National Consumer Commission p. 157
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Differing extent of responsibilities and legal liabilities when the patient/ailment is managed completely by one doctor/hospital or by multiple ones p. 159
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Examining and recording bedsores of a patient before hospitalization - A mandatory protocol, today p. 161
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Caution in depicting qualifications/expertise of the doctor/hospital on stationery/signboards p. 163
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Sonography of the pregnant woman was done by whom-gynecologist or radiologist? Court seeks clarification p. 165
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An X-ray clinic connives with the patient's husband in fabricating documents to implicate the doctor in a case of medical negligence - Need to be extra vigilant p. 167
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Only the hospital and not the operating surgeon held liable for failure to take patient's consent - An erroneous decision p. 169
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Father of a minor patient awarded compensation, a second case filed by the minor's mother seeking compensation dismissed p. 172
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