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August 2016
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Page Nos. 133-148

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HTML if freeA Head of Department whom the patient has been referred need not personally attend - A team of doctors under the Head's supervision is competent to attend Highly accessed article p. 133
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Wrong HPE report is a pardonable error of judgment but adopting the wrong method and casual approach in reporting is negligence, holds National Commission p. 135
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Investigation report/s from other facilities - Can the hospital/doctor treating the patient insist on keeping it with them? p. 137
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A doctor-owned hospital is not a distinct legal identity unlike a trust/company-owned hospital p. 139
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Recurring wounds, multiple surgeries - Not always negligence p. 141
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Incomplete surgery or procedure is not necessarily negligence p. 143
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Delay in shifting patients to ICU is negligence except in cases when ICU/ICCU is fully occupied by other patients p. 145
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Hospital's plea to be exempted to pay compensation for medical negligence as the patient had already got insurance claim for medical treatment rejected by the court p. 147
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