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August 2017
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Page Nos. 117-132

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HTML if freeAn omission/commission is neither an error of judgment nor negligence in the absence of protocol/s requiring the doctor to do so Highly accessed article p. 117
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Not sending medical records to the next hospital during transfer and not insisting for records from the previous hospital at transfer - Both hospitals held negligent p. 119
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What should a doctor do, when a patient seeks advice/opinion/follow-up on telephone? p. 121
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Difference between clinical/physical examination and investigation reports, a classical dilemma - Reliability should be decided on case-to-case basis p. 122
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Difference between "admitting doctor" and "treating/principal/primary/in-charge doctor"-Need to explain/record this specifically p. 124
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Failure to provide duly armed bed resulting in patient's fall from bed and subsequent failure to attend the patient promptly, both instances of negligence p. 126
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Trolley carrying the child was pushed rashly, alleges father - Court observes that it shows that the staff was acting promptly for taking the child for CT scan p. 128
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MCI warns the doctor, but the court refuse to give it importance observing that the "matter has been considered there cursorily" p. 131
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