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October 2017
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Page Nos. 149-166

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HTML if freeExtracts of medical books "weigh over leaflets and information obtained from internet," observes court - Information on internet is least reliable Highly accessed article p. 149
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Advisable - Disclosing/recording in consent the fact that the hospital/nursing home does not have its own in-house blood bank p. 151
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Remaining updated on the new protocols/SOPs, a legal necessity p. 154
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Fall of a hospitalized patient from OT table/bed - Hospital, treating doctor and hospital staff held negligent p. 157
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Patients allegation that non-accreditation of the laboratory by NABL is an instance of negligence rejected - Court holds, it is not mandatory p. 160
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Patient files complaint seeking second baby from the obstetrician who had delivered only one - Miscommunication, vanishing twin syndrome or something else? p. 162
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Benefit of doubt in cases of medical negligence must always be given to the doctor/hospital - Patient bound to positively prove negligence in Indian courts p. 164
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The legal doctrine of "Loss-of-chance" applicable in cases of medical negligence in India p. 165
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