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Nov 23 2011 (TRI)

Mahendra Bhagat Vs. Bhandari Hospital and Research Centre Through Its ...

Court : Rajasthan State Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission SCDRC Jaipur

..... .02. the baby was again brought to respondent hospital on 10.8.02 with the complaint of cold and vomiting. she was advised injection perinorm and syrup ondem and cold act plus. when not recovered fully the baby was again brought to the respondent hospital on 10.8.02 itself. dr. ashutosh jindal advised a broad spectrum efficacious antibiotic in the ..... was due to injection but only raises the possibility ( there is a question mark placed before this diagnosis in his notes). 4. the medical board found no foot drop on the right side but only paralysis ..... sensory loss ( which is expected in a sciatic nerve injury ). the details of the site of paralysis ( muscle groups involved ) and degree of paralysis are not mentioned. dr. anjani does not categorically say that the paralysis ..... injection was administered to suggest that the injection damaged the sciatic nerve. 2. there is a time lag of 4 days between the injection and the onset of paralysis which is incompatible with paralysis due to a wrongly administered injection. post- injection paralysis would be immediate as the noxious insult acts rapidly. 3. the notes by dr. anjani do not mention objective .....

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Feb 17 1990 (TRI)

Municipal Council, Bikaner Vs. Shambhu Yadav and Another

Court : Rajasthan State Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission SCDRC Jaipur

..... which is made available to potential users, any service rendered "free of charge" is expressly excluded from the scope of the said definition. the definition of "service" as contained in sec. 2(1)(o) of the act is an inclusive definition and illustrations of the various services which are available to the potential users have been given. "hire" has been defined in the ..... thoughtful consideration to the rival contentions of the parties. (5) it would be advantageous to first notice the relevant definitions contained in sec. 2(1) of the act. sec. 2(1)(d) defines "consumer". sub-clause (i) thereof is not relevant for our purpose. it is subclause (ii), with which we are concerned. under this sub-clause, "consumer" means any person who - "hires any services ..... in consumer unity and trust society's case (supra)- "a government employee - or any other individual-making a regular contribution to the cghs is entitled to (otherwise free) medical facilities available in an appropriate government hospital to which his case may be referred by the nearest dispensary to which he may normally report for ordinary ailments. can such an ..... individual contributing to the cghs be said to be a "consumer" of medical facilities available in a government hospital, within the meaning of the consumer protection act? does the payment by way of a regular monthly contribution constitute "consideration"? the fact that the cghs contribution does not cover the .....

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