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   2016| May  | Volume 9 | Issue 5  
    Online since May 23, 2016

 
 
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Hospitals duty to make alternative arrangments when the doctor is on leave - Difference between patients in a hospital and doctor's personal clinic

May 2016, 9(5):81-83
  85 8 -
What is a "certifiable cause" of death?

May 2016, 9(5):84-84
  70 7 -
Refusal to render further treatment or complete the treatment - Negligence per se, holds West Bengal State Consumer Commission

May 2016, 9(5):89-89
  69 6 -
"Every cardiologist is not capable or experienced to the extent to perform PCI"-Doctor's lack of experience taken into account in an emergency

May 2016, 9(5):85-86
  62 6 -
Continuing/discontinuing the medicines taken by the patient before hospitalization-Care and caution required

May 2016, 9(5):87-88
  53 7 -
Mixing of investigation reports - A potential area for errors

May 2016, 9(5):90-91
  44 6 -
An ayurvedic doctoremploying allopathicdoctors and prescribing drugs of both pathies held not negligent - Questionable decision of the State Consumer Commission

May 2016, 9(5):92-93
  38 8 -
Refunding fees to the patient will not give reprieve from the clutches of consumer courts

May 2016, 9(5):94-96
  37 5 -