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   2014| December  | Volume 7 | Issue 12  
    Online since June 25, 2015

 
 
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Unconscious/emergency patient - Doctors/hospitals not required to find wife/son to take consent

December 2014, 7(12):177-177
  165 6 -
Telecasting a procedure live for delegates of a workshop without patient's specific consent - Court expresses displeasure, but holds it is not negligence

December 2014, 7(12):178-180
  68 8 -
"Don't shift responsibility and blame," warns National Consumer Commission

December 2014, 7(12):186-188
  67 7 -
Doctor certain about the cause of death - No need to refer the dead body for post-mortem

December 2014, 7(12):182-183
  46 6 -
Failure to correct entries made in computer lands the hospital in trouble

December 2014, 7(12):181-181
  42 6 -
A single-lined HPE report is a "shortcut," observes National Consumer Commission

December 2014, 7(12):184-185
  40 6 -
Consequences of not accepting request for a private nurse/attendant

December 2014, 7(12):189-190
  33 6 -