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   2016| September  | Volume 9 | Issue 9  
    Online since September 15, 2016

 
 
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A literate patient signing consent form - The best safety net for doctors

September 2016, 9(9):149-150
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Take consent of "the relatives whosoever is immediately available"

September 2016, 9(9):151-153
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Dealing with tricky treatment/interventions and knotty patients

September 2016, 9(9):155-157
  64 9 -
Privileging in emergencies

September 2016, 9(9):154-154
  58 11 -
Defensive medicine - Now advocated by medical texts

September 2016, 9(9):158-159
  46 12 -
Performing two distinct surgeries/procedures in one sitting - Extra care and caution required in communicating with the patient/attendants

September 2016, 9(9):160-161
  47 10 -
Breast enhancement surgery - Court suggests that both the patient/doctor ought to have measured the breast's size before the procedure

September 2016, 9(9):165-166
  40 8 -
Rising incidents of failure to screen pre-term babies for ROP (Retinopathy of Prematurity)

September 2016, 9(9):162-164
  30 8 -