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August 2015
Volume 8 | Issue 8  Content is not free, to access this content, you need to either become a subscriber or purchase individual PDF
Page Nos. 117-138

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HTML if freeIs this the beginning of a new trend? Experience of the doctor specifically taken into account by the court Highly accessed article p. 117
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Taking a decision on the operation table - The legally tenable way p. 119
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Patient's inability to pay for the indicated therapy - No justification to proceed with something that is not indicated p. 122
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Hospital's defense that original medical records were with the doctor who performed surgery rejected by the court p. 124
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Antibiotics, antimalarial and antitubercular drugs administered for 49 days "without any justification" - Negligence not "empirical treatment" holds court p. 127
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"Commercialization of medical services to be taken into account" in granting compensation - National Consumer Commission p. 130
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Improper discharge summary termed as a "cryptic document" by the court p. 132
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Court presumes that post surgery, the specimen was sent for HPE as it "is a standard protocol," even though the HPE report was not produced in the court p. 134
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Delay in giving consent for cesarean - A common Indian phenomenon p. 137
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