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   2014| November  | Volume 7 | Issue 11  
    Online since June 24, 2015

 
 
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Non-allopathic doctors can perform administrative duties, write medical records, and give clinical information in hospitals

November 2014, 7(11):161-162
  186 7 -
Handwritten notings/additions on the consent form - Extreme precautions needed

November 2014, 7(11):165-166
  67 8 -
Perusing, procuring, producing licenses/approvals of implants in legal proceedings

November 2014, 7(11):169-170
  55 6 -
Patient alleges doctor is spying on him and may kill him

November 2014, 7(11):175-176
  45 5 -
Failure to anticipate/caution a patient with a rare blood group about the need of blood in an unexpected emergency - Negligence, holds court

November 2014, 7(11):163-164
  41 5 -
If best option becomes impossible to perform, the next best option "acceptable to medical science" must be tried

November 2014, 7(11):167-168
  40 5 -
Hospitals/Nursing homes not having in-house or round-the-clock working laboratories - Not entitled to any leniency for delay in performing investigations

November 2014, 7(11):171-173
  36 9 -
Post accident/mishap - Taking corrective steps and duly recording the same in medical records is imperative

November 2014, 7(11):174-174
  33 6 -