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Review Paper - Right to Emergency Care - Consumer Court

Review Paper - Right to Emergency Care - Consumer Court

Indifference towards victims of accidents and those in emergency medical conditions and even women under labour who are about to deliver is not peculiar to India but is prevalent in other countries also. The Supreme Court (SC) of India as long back as 1989 observed in Parmanand Katara v. Union of India that when accidents occur and the victims are taken to hospitals or to a medical practitioner, they are not taken care of for giving emergency medical treatment on the ground that the case is a medico-legal case and the injured person should go to a Government Hospital. The SC emphasized the need for making it obligatory for hospitals and medical practitioners to provide emergency medical care.

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