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   2014| September  | Volume 7 | Issue 9  
    Online since December 23, 2014

 
 
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Standard instruction cards of pre- / post-intervention precautions - Advisable for commonly performed interventions

September 2014, 7(9):125-126
  612 27 -
Mistakes / errors in medical records written during emergencies should be ignored - National Consumer Commission

September 2014, 7(9):127-128
  169 17 -
"No doctor commits negligence knowingly" - Court applies the doctrine of 'Nonmaleficence'

September 2014, 7(9):129-130
  139 15 -
Failure / Delay / Wrong Diagnosis - When is it negligence?

September 2014, 7(9):131-133
  124 14 -
The cascading effect of the 11 crore judgment on cases of medical negligence - Higher insurance cover advisable

September 2014, 7(9):142-142
  112 13 -
Court refrains from questioning the "professional decision of the operating team"

September 2014, 7(9):134-136
  113 10 -
'Doctor's choice' and the 'Right course of treatment'

September 2014, 7(9):137-139
  87 10 -
Medical literature and medical practice - The two pillars of legally acceptable 'standard of care'

September 2014, 7(9):140-141
  67 12 -