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July 2015
Volume 8 | Issue 7  Content is not free, to access this content, you need to either become a subscriber or purchase individual PDF
Page Nos. 99-116

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HTML if free"Eggshell skull doctrine" applicable in India - Doctors will be liable even if the patient suffers unusually due to a pre-existing medical condition Highly accessed article p. 99
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National Consumer Commission advices to keep medical records for a longer period in cases where legal problems are anticipated p. 102
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Dealing with the "unexpected" after opening the patient p. 105
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Consequences of failure to check and make requsite enquiries from the patient p. 107
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Recording the findings of investigation reports in the prescription/bed head ticket/other medical records - A necessity p. 109
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Gynecologist's refusal to heed to the request of patient's attendants for surgically removing a dead fetus upheld by the court p. 111
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Patient hospitalized by husband, dead body received by brother, but the hospital sued by mother - Relevance of "heirs and legal representatives" p. 113
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Patient refuses to pay for the stent damaged and replaced during surgery p. 115
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