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   2013| June  | Volume 6 | Issue 6  
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Performing a surgery / procedure in absence of diagnostic / clinical evidence is negligence, per se

June 2013, 6(6):84-85
  143 17 -
Medical Negligence cases in Consumer Courts - Ingenious methods of patient's relatives to make money

June 2013, 6(6):83-83
  122 18 -
Precautions in 'history-changing patients'

June 2013, 6(6):77-78
  115 17 -
Precautions in dealing with patients having psychiatric disease / disorder

June 2013, 6(6):80-81
  108 17 -
Necessity of intimating and keeping the insurance company informed about the legal proceedings

June 2013, 6(6):82-82
  105 15 -
Repeating investigation when the sample is spoilt or the results are patently erroneous - Advisable

June 2013, 6(6):86-86
  106 13 -
Increasing political interference in hospitals - A cause of concern

June 2013, 6(6):87-88
  99 15 -
'No doctor available' - Hospital's security staff rightly refuses an emergency patient

June 2013, 6(6):79-79
  91 17 -