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   2009| July  | Volume 2 | Issue 7  
    Online since August 8, 2009

 
 
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MEDICOLEGAL REPORT
Doctors can disregard procedural aspects in emergencies - Supreme Court

July 2009, 2(7):77-78
  699 22 -
Following advice/directions of a patient/attendant who is a doctor

July 2009, 2(7):85-87
  365 18 -
Error of judgment vis--vis negligence

July 2009, 2(7):89-90
  319 15 -
Importance of recording exact time in investigation reports

July 2009, 2(7):79-80
  307 20 -
Dealing with cases of attempted suicide

July 2009, 2(7):88-88
  304 16 -
Requests by patients to have their own attendant/private nurse

July 2009, 2(7):81-82
  301 18 -
Surgeries/Procedures usually requiring second intervention

July 2009, 2(7):83-84
  270 20 -