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Modi's A Textbook of Medical Jurisprudence and Toxicology (Hb)

Modi's A Textbook of Medical Jurisprudence and Toxicology (Hb)

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Contents
Section I. Medical Jurisprudence

Chapter 1.    History of Forensic Medicine
Chapter 2.    Legal Procedure in Criminal Courts
Chapter 3.    Medical Evidence and Medical Witness
Chapter 4.    Legal and Ethical Aspects of Medical Practice
Chapter 5.    Medical Negligence and Consumer Protection Act
Chapter 6.    HIV and AIDS: Legal and Ethical Implications
Chapter 7.    Human Rights and Torture Medicine
Chapter 8.    Medico-Legal Aspects of Death
Chapter 9.    Brain-stem Death and Transplantation of Human Organs Act
Chapter 10.  Personal Identity
Chapter 11.  Personal Identity from Skull
Chapter 12.  Examination of a Living person for Medico-Legal Purposes
Chapter 13.  Post-mortem Examination
Chapter 14.  Exhumation
Chapter 15.  Post-mortem Changes and Time Since Death
Chapter 16.  Post-mortem Artifacts
Chapter 17.  Examination of Biological Stains and Hair
Chapter 18.  Tools of Intergation
Chapter 19.  The Pathology of Sudden Natural Death
Chapter 20.  Deaths from Asphyxia
Chapter 21.  Death from Starvation, Cold and Heat
Chapter 22.  Injuries from Burns, Scalds, Lightning and Electricity
Chapter 23.  Radiation Injuries
Chapter 24.  Investigation of Deaths Related to Anaesthetic Procedures
Chapter 25.  Injuries by Mechanical Violence
Chapter 26.  Bomb Blast Injuries
Chapter 27.  Medico-Legal Aspects of Wounds
Chapter 28.  Traffic Injuries
Chapter 29.  Regional Injuries
Chapter 30.  Impotence, Sterility and Artificial Insemination
Chapter 31.  Virginity, Pregnancy and Delivery
Chapter 32.  Sexual Offences
Chapter 33.  Legitimacy and Legal Aspects of Marriage Annulment
Chapter 34.  Infanticide
Chapter 35.  Abortion, Medical Termination of Pregnancy and Female Foeticide
Chapter 36.  Mental III - Health and Its Medico-Legal Aspects
Chapter 37. Mechanical Irriatants
Illustrations
Subject Index
Section II: Toxicology
Chapter 1.    Poisons and their Medico-legal Aspects
Chapter 2.    Corrosive Poisons
Chapter 3.    Inorganic Irritant Poisons (I)
Chapter 4.    Inorganic Irritant Poisons (II)
Chapter 5.    Organic Irritant Poisons (I)
Chapter 6.    Organic Irritant Poisons (II)
Chapter 7.    Mechanical Irritant Poisons
Chapter 8.    Somniferous Cerebral Poisons
Chapter 9.    Inebriant Cerebral Poisons
Chapter 10.  Deliriant Cerebral Poisons
Chapter 11.  Asphyxiants (Irrespirable Gases)
Chapter 12.  Mycotoxins
II: Appendices
    Appendix 1 - Form of Certificate Recommended for leave or Extension or
                      Communication of leave and for fitness
    Appendix 2 - Corporation of Chennai Health Department
    Appendix 3 - The Oath of Hippocrates
    Appendix 4 - The Dentists (Code of Ethics) Regulations, 1976
    Appendix 5 - General Application of Ethical Principles to Forensic Medicine
    Appendix 6 - Code of Conduct for Forensic Mortuary Personnel
    Appendix 7 - The Dentists Act, 1948 (Act XVI of 1948)
    Appendix 8 - The Indian Medical Council Act, 1956
    Appendix 9 - The Indian Medical Degrees Act 1916
    Appendix 10 - The Indian Nursing Council Act 1947
    Appendix 11 - The Homeopathy Central Council Act 1973
    Appendix 12 - The Indian Medicine Central Council Act, 1970
    Appendix 13 - The Pharmacy Act 1948
    Appendix 14 - The Medical Termination of Pregnancy Act 1971
    Appendix 15 - The Medical Termination of Pregnancy Rules 2003
    Appendix 16 - The Medical Termination of Pregnancy Regulations 2003
    Appendix 17 - The Transplantation of Human Organs Act 1994
    Appendix 18 - The Mental Health Act 1987
    Appendix 19 - The Indian Evidence Act 1872
    Appendix 20 - The Code of Criminal Procedure 1973
    Appendix 21 - The Indian Penal Code 1860
    Appendix 22 - Workmen’s Compensation Act 1923
    Appendix 23 – Atomic Energy (Radiation Protection) Rules, 2004
    Appendix 24 – Radiation Surveillance Procedure for Medical Applications of Radiation, 1989
    Appendix 25 -  Bio-medical Waste (Management and Handling) Rules, 1998 & Bio-medical
                        Waste (Management and Handling) (Amendments) Rules, 2000
    Appendix 26 -  Organisations and Addresses
Illustrations
Index
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Author Details
Author - Jaising P. Modi
Revising Author - Dr. K. Mathiharan & Justice K Kannan
Dr. K. Mathiharan passed his MB, BS and MD (ForensicMedicine) from Madurai Medical College and Madras Medical Collegerespectively. The topic that led to his PhD degree by the Tamil Nadu DrMGR Medical University was Res Ipsa Loquitur: Its Application inMedical Negligence Cases under Consumer Protection Act. Afterpractising as a general practitioner, he joined the faculty of theInstitute of Forensic Medicine, Madras Medical College as an AssistantProfessor. Later, in Chennai, he founded the Institute of LegalMedicine, a data centre on medical law and ethics, consumer rights,human rights and other issues involving the relationship of the lifesciences to the social sciences and humanities. At present, he ispractising as a Consultant Legal Medicine.
Justice K. Kannan, Judge, Punjab & Haryana High Court Chandigarh
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