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  • A.
    Sambi Reddy v. KKR ENT Hospital and
    Research Institute & Anr



    1997 (3) CPR 316 (TNSCDRC)

      

    The complainant’s nine-year-old son
    who was suffering from infection and
    hole in left ear was operated by the
    2nd opposite party ENT doctor who is
    also the owner of the 1st opposite
    party-hospital. During the operation
    the patient developed cardiac arrest,
    shifted to other hospitals, where he
    died after six days. The State
    Commission dismissed the complainant
    on the following grounds:

       

  • Sethu
    Raman Subramanian Iyer v.Triveni
    Nursing Home & Anr


    1998(1)
    CPJ 110 (NC)

      

    The complainant’s wife was advised a
    minor surgery for her deviated nasal
    septum so as to cure her of her
    sinusitis. While giving her anesthesia
    before commencement of the operation,
    she developed complications, cardiac
    arrest and could not be revived. The
    Maharashtra State Commission had
    dismissed the complaint and this
    appeal was preferred against that
    order. The National Commission
    held that the doctors had taken all
    necessary precautions before
    administering annesthesia and on
    occurrence of the complications had
    taken effective measures to save the
    patient. Nothing had been brought on
    record to show that the operation
    notes were fabricated and were
    prepared after the death of the
    patient. Four doctors had arrived
    before her death, and their affidavits
    support the case of the operating
    team. The complainant did not
    requisition the services of any expert
    to support his allegations and in the
    absence of any expert evidence on
    behalf of the complainants the
    National Commission dismissed the
    appeal.

       


         


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ENT Surgeon
     

  • A. Sambi Reddy v. KKR ENT Hospital and Research Institute & Anr
    1997 (3) CPR 316 (TNSCDRC)
      
    The complainant’s nine-year-old son who was suffering from infection and hole in left ear was operated by the 2nd opposite party ENT doctor who is also the owner of the 1st opposite party-hospital. During the operation the patient developed cardiac arrest, shifted to other hospitals, where he died after six days. The State Commission dismissed the complainant on the following grounds:
       

  • Sethu Raman Subramanian Iyer v.Triveni Nursing Home & Anr
    1998(1) CPJ 110 (NC)
      
    The complainant’s wife was advised a minor surgery for her deviated nasal septum so as to cure her of her sinusitis. While giving her anesthesia before commencement of the operation, she developed complications, cardiac arrest and could not be revived. The Maharashtra State Commission had dismissed the complaint and this appeal was preferred against that order. The National Commission held that the doctors had taken all necessary precautions before administering annesthesia and on occurrence of the complications had taken effective measures to save the patient. Nothing had been brought on record to show that the operation notes were fabricated and were prepared after the death of the patient. Four doctors had arrived before her death, and their affidavits support the case of the operating team. The complainant did not requisition the services of any expert to support his allegations and in the absence of any expert evidence on behalf of the complainants the National Commission dismissed the appeal.
       

         

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