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   2016| November  | Volume 9 | Issue 11  
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"Karuna Nidhi" becomes "Karuna" and "Nidhi" - Investigation reports of the same patient but with different names

November 2016, 9(11):185-186
  235 13 -
A typographical error is not negligence - Need for greater care in reporting

November 2016, 9(11):194-194
  52 9 -
Interventions where recurrence is a possibility - Recording this fact in consent, advisable

November 2016, 9(11):187-188
  45 9 -
Confirming availability of facilities at the other centre before transferring the patient

November 2016, 9(11):189-189
  37 7 -
Delay in evaluating / diagnosing correctly - Negligence, only if it falls below "reasonable standards of a medical expert expected in such situation"

November 2016, 9(11):192-193
  33 8 -
Can a hospital refuse to treat on the ground that the patient was referred for one condition/ailment but requires treatment for another?

November 2016, 9(11):195-198
  26 8 -
Thickness of the thread used for sutures questioned

November 2016, 9(11):190-191
  27 6 -
Hospital volunteers in court "to examine the patient again and do all efforts in this regard at free of cost" after a clear finding of no negligence

November 2016, 9(11):199-200
  23 8 -