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July 2016
Volume 9 | Issue 7  Content is not free, to access this content, you need to either become a subscriber or purchase individual PDF
Page Nos. 115-132

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HTML if freeDiffering duties and responsibilities of a doctor/hospital - Educated patients vis-a-vis uneducated patients Highly accessed article p. 115
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Recording refusal/failure of the patient - A mandatory protocol p. 118
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Failure to give written instructions about common/routine precautions is not negligence p. 120
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"Casual approach" in diagnosing/treating/managing the patient p. 122
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Anaesthesiologist, are like aeroplane pilots, are essentially 99% of the time in a "watchful waiting mode" p. 124
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Courts hardens its stand on cross-pathy practice - Holds they are "quacks" who have "no respect for law and love for justice" p. 127
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A neurosurgeon's hospital held liable for the negligent acts of an orthopedic surgeon p. 129
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Sponge left in the abdomen during the first caeserean, alleges the gynecologist who performed the second - An unusual case of many improbabilities p. 131
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