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November 2015
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Page Nos. 173-190

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HTML if freeSupreme Court grants an astronomical sum of Rs. 1.80 crores in a case involving a government hospital - Expected fallout of the 12 crore judgment p. 173
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Surgeon "also" responsible for judging whether proper anesthetization and proper analgesia have been achieved before giving incision p. 175
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Patient under concurrent care of many doctors/specialities-Extensive counselling, extra caution, and greater coordination among doctors needed p. 178
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What to do when the patient refuses to get examined internally? p. 181
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Patient dies as the father tries to pass off her pregnancy as pain in the heart and abdomen - A doctor's sixth sense needed in some cases p. 184
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Doctor's casual approach during follow-up "amounts to negligence, inaction and passivity"holds the National Consumer Commission p. 186
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Not attending a critical patient-Careless attitude, abandonment, and "wee bit negligence" holds court p. 188
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A properly written prescription saves the day p. 190
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