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   2014| January  | Volume 7 | Issue 1  
    Online since January 28, 2014

 
 
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Advisability of recording the meeting of patient's attendants with the patient / doctor

January 2014, 7(1):4-5
  150 16 -
Investigation reports - Mandatory to inform the patient whether 'conclusive' or 'suggestive'

January 2014, 7(1):6-7
  130 16 -
Indian courts accept and take into account opinions sought / given via emails

January 2014, 7(1):1-3
  128 17 -
Recording the wrongs of the patient - Imperative

January 2014, 7(1):9-10
  99 16 -
Discrepancies inter-se in different medical records - Court bound to draw adverse inference

January 2014, 7(1):11-12
  92 16 -
Ill equipped ambulance could spell trouble for the hospital sending it

January 2014, 7(1):8-8
  94 14 -
Hospital's liability in case of negligence by an 'unattached' doctor

January 2014, 7(1):15-16
  92 15 -
Following the presurgery protocol for elective non-emergency surgery

January 2014, 7(1):13-14
  84 13 -