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   2017| April  | Volume 10 | Issue 4  
    Online since June 7, 2017

 
 
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Shortforms/abbreviations - Crying need to standardize

April 2017, 10(4):55-56
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Filling the consent form by one person, one pen, one sitting - Mandatory, not merely advisable

April 2017, 10(4):57-58
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Certificates/Training/Experience cannot be a substitute for the prescribed qualification - Doctor and hospital, both held liable

April 2017, 10(4):59-61
  70 9 -
Doctor's signature on consent form - Mandatory

April 2017, 10(4):62-62
  56 10 -
Do not report/opine in a standard format - Not to be confused with SOPs, protocols, forms, etc. that must be standardized

April 2017, 10(4):63-66
  31 9 -
Dealing with multiple attendants of the patient - A tale of two wives

April 2017, 10(4):67-68
  32 7 -
Hospital not negligent if it has ensured strict aseptic conditions even if the patient gets infected

April 2017, 10(4):71-72
  26 8 -
Indian courts usually believe in the genuineness of medical records/documentation done by doctors/hospitals

April 2017, 10(4):69-70
  24 8 -