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   2017| June  | Volume 10 | Issue 6  
    Online since July 21, 2017

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Concept of "Discharge on Request," unknown to law - Law only recognizes "Discharge on Recovery (normal)' or 'Discharge/Leave Against Medical Advice (DAMA/LAMA)"

June 2017, 10(6):94-95
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Supreme Court reiterates that doctors are liable under criminal laws only for rash/negligent acts - The "surgeon on call" who fails to wait after referral acquitted of criminal charges

June 2017, 10(6):87-88
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Legal twist - A surgeon competent to start/perform a surgery may all of a sudden during the course of surgery become incompetent to continue further

June 2017, 10(6):89-90
  41 8 -
Growing menace of differing signature of patient/relatives. Is the doctor expected to be a policeman too?

June 2017, 10(6):91-93
  35 9 -
Emergency patient seeking to leave midway contrary to medical advice - Greater care and caution needed

June 2017, 10(6):97-97
  30 5 -
I was feeling well but the doctors refused to discharge - Common complaint of patients nowadays

June 2017, 10(6):96-96
  29 5 -
Patient's husband collects medical records torn by the doctor to implicate the hospital - How is that?

June 2017, 10(6):100-100
  23 6 -
Alleged wrong post-delivery treatment given by the pediatrician - Patient need not sue the maternity home/obstetrician also

June 2017, 10(6):98-99
  22 5 -