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   2015| December  | Volume 8 | Issue 12  
    Online since August 9, 2016

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Taking written consent in cases where the outcome may not be optimum or the chances of failure/complications are greater-Advisable

December 2015, 8(12):191-192
  121 9 -
"Wrong blood transfusion is a serious medical negligence"

December 2015, 8(12):201-202
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Foreign bodies left inside the body can show symptoms after a long time, observes National Consumer Commission

December 2015, 8(12):197-198
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Performing an elective surgery on a public holiday, lands the surgeon in a soup

December 2015, 8(12):199-200
  31 7 -
"Bounden and primary duty of the gynecologist is to suspect and to confirm whether the patient is pregnant or not" - Early pregnancy missed by a gynecologist, unpardonable

December 2015, 8(12):193-194
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Performing or skipping an investigation is a doctor's prerogative - But medical science and patient's interest must always be kept in mind

December 2015, 8(12):195-196
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Hospital exposed trying to pass off an IPD patient as an OPD patient only to avoid producing medical records in the court

December 2015, 8(12):205-206
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Patient produces medical records of another patient to prove his case

December 2015, 8(12):203-204
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