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   2016| April  | Volume 9 | Issue 4  
    Online since April 18, 2016

 
 
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Giving medical advice on telephone/WhatsApp/SMS/emails is a risky proposition today - More legal clarity needed

April 2016, 9(4):73-74
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"Cognitive error of 'anchoring' - A common one in emergency departments," observes National Consumer Commission

April 2016, 9(4):61-63
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Responding to an HIV patient in an emergency - The classical dilemma faced by every doctor/hospital

April 2016, 9(4):64-67
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What should be done when the patient/attendants refuses to sign?

April 2016, 9(4):75-76
  72 10 -
Relevance and necessity of checking instructions in drug inserts

April 2016, 9(4):68-70
  60 5 -
Precautions in a multi-stage surgery

April 2016, 9(4):71-72
  58 4 -
Doctor makes a choice between the devil and the deep sea - Court refuses to interfere

April 2016, 9(4):77-78
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National Consumer Commission holds hospital deficient for failing to produce records pertaining to the date of manufacture and date of expiry of stents

April 2016, 9(4):79-80
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