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   2017| July  | Volume 10 | Issue 7  
    Online since July 31, 2017

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Cross examination in court of an obstetrician

July 2017, 10(7):1-2
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"No. I was not aware of the legal position" that a mentally sound patient must sign consent - Not knowing basic laws, biggest cause of concern for doctors

July 2017, 10(7):109-111
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Change of primary/principal doctor may happen within a fraction of second without the patient/attendants/doctors realizing it - Operation of law

July 2017, 10(7):101-102
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Failure to diagnose is not per se negligence, but failure to take reasonable efforts to arrive at the proper diagnosis is negligence

July 2017, 10(7):103-104
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Delays, mistakes, errors during epidemic-like condition - Courts take lenient view

July 2017, 10(7):107-108
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Medical Director, a doctor, censured by MCI for administrative lapses in the hospital

July 2017, 10(7):105-106
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A doctor accused of negligence is not entitled to the privileges enjoyed by a doctor who appears as an expert-witness in legal proceedings

July 2017, 10(7):114-114
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Does an allegation of negligence by a doctor in case of his/her relative carry more weight in a court of law?

July 2017, 10(7):115-116
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Injury/death due to falling tiles/plaster - Hospital can be sued for negligence in a consumer court only if the victim happens to be a patient/attendant

July 2017, 10(7):112-113
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