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November 2017
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Page Nos. 167-184

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HTML if freeSupreme Court has not mandated that every hospital/nursing home where surgeries are performed should have an ICU -Misinterpretation by the national media Highly accessed article p. 167
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Stubbornness in clinging to a wrong diagnosis is not an error of judgment but negligence, holds court p. 170
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Patient discharged in a "satisfactory condition" readmitted in the same hospital on the same day -Court expresses surprise, holds the hospital negligent p. 172
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Failure to record postsurgery investigation reports in the discharge summary and to produce it before the court is deficiency in service, an unsuccessful procedure is not p. 175
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Delay in calling the dermatologist on the day "bullious eruptions" was noticed in a hospitalized patient held as negligence p. 177
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Hospital clarifies that ambulance carrying the patient was "mobile ICU, fully air conditioned, and alsowith a doctor and nurse" - Need for extra care / caution p. 179
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Hospital refuses to give reports/bill to accident victim as bill was paid by vehicle-owner responsible for the accident - Unfair trade practice, holds court p. 181
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Part-refund of fees directed by court to a patient who discontinued treatment on his own - Is it a right precedent? p. 183
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