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   2011| June  | Volume 4 | Issue 6  
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Writing long defensive / explanatory notes in medical records after a medical mishap / accident - A common but expensive mistake

June 2011, 4(6):75-76
  817 21 -
Manipulating / fabricating medical records - Usually counterproductive

June 2011, 4(6):89-90
  418 29 -
Standard text books - The best weapon in a doctor's defense

June 2011, 4(6):80-80
  379 26 -
Doctor's right to take on-spot decisions - Legally acceptable

June 2011, 4(6):81-82
  350 24 -
Peer support of the wrong type

June 2011, 4(6):85-86
  269 29 -
Checking and keeping copies of certificates/degrees/diplomas of the staff - An elementary protocol for hospitals/nursing homes

June 2011, 4(6):77-79
  245 17 -
Delayed diagnosis and medical negligence

June 2011, 4(6):87-88
  189 20 -
Who decides the doctor - The doctor or the patient?

June 2011, 4(6):83-84
  170 11 -