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February 2016
Volume 9 | Issue 2  Content is not free, to access this content, you need to either become a subscriber or purchase individual PDF
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HTML if freeDoctor performs an emergency surgery without following the pre-surgery protocol - Court holds him "wee bit negligent" and leaves him with a warning only Highly accessed article p. 19
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Patients producing prescriptions selectively to suit their case - A recent trend fast catching up p. 22
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"Giving preference to one mode of investigation over another cannot be turned as a case of medical negligence" p. 24
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Precautions in case the patient ignores the best advice and chooses the next best alternative p. 26
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Taking consent/acknowledgments/endorsements in the patient's "own handwriting" p. 28
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Surgeon's failure to provide post-surgery care will always be viewed suspiciously by the courts p. 30
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Court reiterates that a consultant is competent to accept/treat patients as an MBBS doctor p. 33
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Patient crosses all limits - First maligns the doctor in press, then files affidavit of fictitious doctors in court p. 35
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