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Q: How to order i m fr mumbai?
By: Dr pooja tanwani, 06-May-2021, 08:51 pm
Q: Do you have consent form in Gujarati?
Can you provide consent with one side gujarati and other side english?
By: Dr Shailee, 11-Apr-2021, 07:02 pm
A1. Hello mam, Sorry for the delayed replay. Yes!! We do have consent form in Gujrati on side and English on the other.
By: Amla Koshe, 28-Apr-2021, 10:23 am
Q: Is it necessary to mention the identification marks each time we issue a certificate? Should they be same or different?
By: Dr. Ashok S., 15-Mar-2021, 11:26 am
A1. Sorry for the delayed reply. Yes! It is needed to mention the identification mark on each certificate. It can be the same mark on all of the certificates.
By: Amla K. , 22-Mar-2021, 11:36 am
Q: Is it mandatory to take signature &n mention identification marks of the patient on the certificate we issues?
By: Siddharth B., 18-Jan-2021, 11:20 am
A1. Yes!! Definitely. As per the new guidelines, it is not necessary to mention identification mark o each certificate, but signature or thumb impression is a must.
By: Amla K., 19-Jan-2021, 10:53 am
Q: concent forms available in kannada and marathi
By: amol kamble, 12-Jan-2021, 06:27 pm
A1. Yes!! We have the following consent forms available in marathi and kannada :
1. Operative consent
2. MTP Consent
3. TL Consent
4. Laparoscopic Consent
And following consents are in English:
1. Planned surgery
3. Blood Transfusion
4. Post Mortem
By: Amla K, 15-Jan-2021, 11:08 am
Q: Instead of a case paper, can we document the details in a notebook
By: Dr. Shende, 04-Jan-2021, 11:25 am
A1. Yes, You can document the details in a notebook. It is required that you have some record in your own way.
By: Amala K., 06-Jan-2021, 10:58 am
Q: Are we expected to prepare a case paper for each patient that comes to us?
By: Dr. R. Devi, 09-Dec-2020, 10:46 am
A1. Yes. Also, a comprehensive record must be maintained.
By: Amla K., 10-Dec-2020, 11:41 am
Q: Can a hospital question a patients ability to pay
By: Vina D, 18-Nov-2020, 05:23 pm
A1. Emergency care if required should be provided by all hospitals. In case of a private hospital they can refuse treatment if the patient in incapable to pay, where as, the Government hospital don't have an option to refuse.
By: Amla K., 10-Dec-2020, 11:48 am
Q: Do you have any Covid related documents?
By: Dr. Sanjaj J, 27-Oct-2020, 10:49 am
A1. Hello Doctor,
Yes!! We do have an IPD sheet specifically designed for Covid patients. Also, we have Covid related consent forms. You can have a look at both these products by clicking on the following link: https://www.anantent.com/products.php
By: Amla K, 30-Oct-2020, 10:43 am
Q: Can a Doctor discharge a patient without their consent?
By: Jose M, 07-Sep-2020, 10:50 am