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essential and legal requirement of clinical practice, wherein all relevant details of the patient's biographical and health status, together with results of clinical examination, details of diagnosis, management plan, notes of consent, interprofessional letters and ongoing treatments are recorded; should be written in black ink and stored in a lockable fireproof cabinet; patient confidentiality should be maintained at all times and computer-based records codeword-protected; patients should be allowed access to their records on request; records form an important element in any case of complaint, or issue of non-professional conduct, and will be made available to all interested parties
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As none such is on record, it is safe to assume that none existed Tradition,--which sometimes brings down truth that history has let slip, but is oftener the wild babble of the time, such as was formerly spoken at the fireside and now congeals in newspapers,--tradition is responsible for all contrary averments.
Wilson knew Roxy by sight, and when the duel of wits begun to play out, he stepped outside to gather in a record or two.
Merely to keep their records requires two hundred and thirty-five million sheets of paper a year.
It is a common amusement of speculative minds to contrast the magnitude of the most important events with the minuteness of their primeval causes, and the records of mankind are full of examples for such contemplations.
The power of prescribing by general laws, the manner in which the public acts, records and judicial proceedings of each State shall be proved, and the effect they shall have in other States, is an evident and valuable improvement on the clause relating to this subject in the articles of Confederation.
Only in the valley Dor, where the river Iss empties into the lost sea of Korus, is there supposed to be a different language spoken, and, except in the legends of our ancestors, there is no record of a Barsoomian returning up the river Iss, from the shores of Korus in the valley of Dor.
Even had we not the proof of our own unhappy experience, the teachings and the records of the past give proof enough for sane peoples.
One dial records days, and another thousands of days, another millions of days, and another thousands of millions.
Perhaps his name might be found in the records of that stern Court of Justice, which passed a sentence, too mighty for the age, but glorious in all after-times, for its humbling lesson to the monarch and its high example to the subject.
ACCORDING to the most authentic records, my dear children," said Grandfather, "the chair, about this time, had the misfortune to break its leg.
It turned out he had been chief mate of her for the two preceding voyages; and I was already familiar with his handwriting in the old log-books I had been perusing in my cabin with a natural curiosity, looking up the records of my new ship's luck, of her behaviour, of the good times she had had, and of the troubles she had escaped.
Three--nay four--pictures line the four-walled cell where are stored for me the records of the past.

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