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   2015| January  | Volume 8 | Issue 1  
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Patients with poor prognosis - Advisable to take 'informed consent' even in non-interventions

January 2015, 8(1):15-16
  286 12 -
"Poor records mean poor defense, no records mean no defense" - National Consumer Commission

January 2015, 8(1):4-6
  221 18 -
Effect of the 11 crore judgment - 50,000 granted by State Consumer Commission enhanced to 10 lakh by National Commission for a bile-duct injury

January 2015, 8(1):1-3
  150 17 -
Failure / delay to diagnose in case of difficult / challenging / confusing indications - Error of judgment, not negligence, holds court

January 2015, 8(1):7-8
  136 10 -
A judgment call taken by the surgeon after opening the patient - Court refuses to question

January 2015, 8(1):9-10
  128 9 -
Not insisting on complete / correct history of a patient in an emergency is legally insignificant

January 2015, 8(1):13-14
  116 7 -
Proceeding by a wrong method / preference is not necessarily negligence

January 2015, 8(1):11-16
  100 6 -
The correct protocol after failure / non-completion of a treatment / intervention

January 2015, 8(1):17-18
  69 10 -