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November 2016
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Page Nos. 185-200

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HTML if free"Karuna Nidhi" becomes "Karuna" and "Nidhi" - Investigation reports of the same patient but with different names Highly accessed article p. 185
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Interventions where recurrence is a possibility - Recording this fact in consent, advisable p. 187
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Confirming availability of facilities at the other centre before transferring the patient p. 189
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Thickness of the thread used for sutures questioned p. 190
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Delay in evaluating / diagnosing correctly - Negligence, only if it falls below "reasonable standards of a medical expert expected in such situation" p. 192
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A typographical error is not negligence - Need for greater care in reporting p. 194
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Can a hospital refuse to treat on the ground that the patient was referred for one condition/ailment but requires treatment for another? p. 195
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Hospital volunteers in court "to examine the patient again and do all efforts in this regard at free of cost" after a clear finding of no negligence p. 199
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