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March 2016
Volume 9 | Issue 3  Content is not free, to access this content, you need to either become a subscriber or purchase individual PDF
Page Nos. 39-60

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HTML if freeHospital held negligent for "Crisis Management Failure" Highly accessed article p. 39
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Glycopyrolate "is written as glycol because of lack of space" - Court holds "use of confusing abbreviations in medical record" is deficiency in service p. 43
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One close relative refuses to give consent - What next? p. 46
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Court draws favorable inference for calling/consulting the regular doctors of the patient p. 49
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Consequences of failure to take a written fitness certificate before surgery p. 51
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Is it necessary to record the name/type of the equipment from where readings have been noted? p. 54
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Hospital bears cost of post-surgery treatment, court presumes it as admission of guilt and not humanitarian aid - Legally and even otherwise questionable proposition p. 57
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Doctor relying on a wrong investigation/diagnostic report and acting accordingly - Not negligent, reaffirms National Consumer Commission p. 59
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