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   2017| March  | Volume 10 | Issue 3  
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"Conflict of interest" in medical practice - Written law vis-a-vis other situations

March 2017, 10(3):35-37
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Precautions in preparing "duplicate" of medical records

March 2017, 10(3):41-42
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Inconsistencies between doctors notes and nurses charts, proof of negligence

March 2017, 10(3):43-46
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Knowing/applying pharmacokinetics - Role and relevance in dose adjustment

March 2017, 10(3):38-40
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Obstetrician held negligent for failure to obtain "separate consent" for forceps delivery - Erroneous finding, as this decision is taken on the spot

March 2017, 10(3):49-50
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Hospitalized patient acting on his/her own without or contrary to medical advice - Hospital still remains liable

March 2017, 10(3):47-48
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Getting copies of medical records, a "Patients Right"- The patient files the first case, gets records, and then files a second one for negligence

March 2017, 10(3):53-54
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The 11 crore compensation saga - Another chapter closed, perhaps the last

March 2017, 10(3):51-52
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