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January 2016
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HTML if freeDon't charge the patient to perform a corrective surgery for a negligent act - National Consumer Commission Highly accessed article p. 1
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"Contemporaneously" prepared medical records - A legal requisite p. 3
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Need to keep consultants from other relevant specialties present in the OT during interventions p. 5
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Doctor should not "just blindly obey the wishes of the patient" - Doctors duty when a patient is reluctant p. 7
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The unanswered question - What must a doctor do when the medical texts differ with the literature accompanying the drug? p. 9
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Patient's request to play CD in court to expose the doctor disallowed - Pointer to a bigger problem p. 12
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Is discharging a patient without waiting for HPE report negligence? p. 15
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Prescription slip must record 'clinical evaluation' also, holds National Consumer Commission p. 17
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