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   2013| October  | Volume 6 | Issue 10  
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Hysterectomy 'has turned into a scandalous business' - National Consumer Commission

October 2013, 6(10):139-140
  78 18 -
Failure to act further on a suspicion ― Held as negligence

October 2013, 6(10):141-142
  62 16 -
Insurance Company not liable if the patient suffers only mental harassment and no physical harm - Need to relook at one's indemnity policy

October 2013, 6(10):137-138
  60 17 -
Inexperienced hands of paramedics / technicians - A cause of concern for hospitals / facilities

October 2013, 6(10):147-148
  59 13 -
Consequences of not recording patient's failure to follow medical advice

October 2013, 6(10):143-144
  55 17 -
Patient prepares forged reports to implicate doctors / hospitals - Need for more vigilance

October 2013, 6(10):145-146
  55 16 -
Naming the treatment / procedure / surgery specifically in consent form ― Mandatory

October 2013, 6(10):135-136
  52 18 -
Investigation reports concealed by patient, exposed by medical records

October 2013, 6(10):149-150
  53 15 -