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   2015| April  | Volume 8 | Issue 4  
    Online since May 27, 2015

 
 
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Patient's oral consent for lumbar puncture in an emergency held valid

April 2015, 8(4):51-54
  88 10 -
Legal consequences of patient's failure to disclose consultations with other doctors

April 2015, 8(4):55-56
  85 8 -
Is the insurance company providing indemnity to the doctor also bound to provide lawyers in legal proceedings?

April 2015, 8(4):67-68
  78 9 -
Allegations about compelling patients to buy medicines from hospitals on the rise

April 2015, 8(4):63-64
  71 10 -
Medical practice not in conformity with medical science - Not negligence, holds National Consumer Commission

April 2015, 8(4):65-66
  72 5 -
Failure to give complete details of treatment/charges to the patient - Held as negligence

April 2015, 8(4):57-57
  67 5 -
Dealing with consent and confintiality in HIV testing

April 2015, 8(4):61-62
  63 6 -
Remaining "idle" after advising investigations for a critical patient - Negligence, per se

April 2015, 8(4):58-60
  61 6 -