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December 2016
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HTML if freeCourt penalizes hospital with 1 crore "for causing injury to those large number of consumers who are not identifiable conveniently" - A new precedent is set Highly accessed article p. 201
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DNR instructions of/from only terminally ill patients permitted in the proposed law p. 205
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National Consumer Commission differentiates between "preventable" vis-a-vis "treatable" clinical entity p. 208
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Performing a non-emergency intervention based only on clinical decision, after ignoring the investigation reports, is negligence p. 211
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Negligence is the failure to anticipate ordinary problems and take ordinary precautions by a reasonable person p. 214
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Leaving behind a gauze cannot be negligence every time p. 216
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What should be done of the mop recovered during surgery from a patient's body? p. 217
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Patient seeks 150 crores as punitive damages - Crying need for action from policy makers/society before it is too late p. 218
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