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   2016| January  | Volume 9 | Issue 1  
    Online since January 29, 2016

 
 
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Don't charge the patient to perform a corrective surgery for a negligent act - National Consumer Commission

January 2016, 9(1):1-2
  235 12 -
"Contemporaneously" prepared medical records - A legal requisite

January 2016, 9(1):3-4
  85 16 -
Need to keep consultants from other relevant specialties present in the OT during interventions

January 2016, 9(1):5-6
  68 9 -
Prescription slip must record 'clinical evaluation' also, holds National Consumer Commission

January 2016, 9(1):17-18
  56 14 -
The unanswered question - What must a doctor do when the medical texts differ with the literature accompanying the drug?

January 2016, 9(1):9-11
  61 8 -
Doctor should not "just blindly obey the wishes of the patient" - Doctors duty when a patient is reluctant

January 2016, 9(1):7-8
  59 8 -
Patient's request to play CD in court to expose the doctor disallowed - Pointer to a bigger problem

January 2016, 9(1):12-14
  57 9 -
Is discharging a patient without waiting for HPE report negligence?

January 2016, 9(1):15-16
  57 5 -