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October 2016
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Page Nos. 167-184

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HTML if freeDue to deformity and stiffness of the patient, consent for surgery taken from patient's brother also - The legally advisable approach Highly accessed article p. 167
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Radiologists/Pathologists should not adhere to the words of the referring doctor in strict sense and not conceal any "crucial finding for want of charges" p. 169
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An allopathic hospital refers the patient to a qualified homeopath - Court expresses displeasure p. 172
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Preoperative ECG not mandatory for a 45-year-old patient but failure to take history and perform physical examination before performing surgery is negligence p. 175
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Junior doctor giving injection in an institution/medical college is not negligence p. 177
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Discharging a patient prematurely - Res ipsa loquitor (wrong is clear and needs no further evidence) p. 179
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Patient tries to twist one doctors report to implicate another doctor p. 181
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The patient ceases to be a consumer as the treatment expenses were borne by the hospital -Erroneous findings of the court p. 183
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