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The subject of physician-patient boundaries illustrates how well-intentioned policy can be written in a way that is simply too shallow to serve the goals of ethics.If you've sat on a credentials committee, disciplinary panel, or medical-licensing board, you surely reviewed cases of physician-patient sexual involvement.

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Lately, we’ve been talking to a lot of VMOs about their experiences with the V-Money system, and helping them work through some of its hidden tricks and traps.Sexual or romantic interactions between physicians and patients detract from the goals of the physician-patient relationship, may exploit the vulnerability of the patient, may obscure the physician's objective judgment concerning the patient's health care, and ultimately may be detrimental to the patient's well-being....Sexual or romantic relationships between a physician and a former patient may be unduly influenced by the previous physician-patient relationship.But why do the GMC and the media take such an interest in a relationship between two apparently consenting adults?The answer lies in the unique nature of the doctor-patient relationship and the power imbalance in that relationship.In the process, we came across one particularly sticky issue which isn’t to do with V-Money, but which has led to a number of VMOs missing out on V-Money payments.

More significantly, it may also have left unwitting VMOs exposed to potential medico-legal and professional liability for procedures they didn’t perform, on patients they didn’t believe were under their care!The figures, which BMJ Careers obtained through a freedom of information request to the GMC, showed that the majority (91%) of these complaints concerned male doctors.Doctors who enter into a personal relationship with a patient put their registration at risk and can also expect a high level of media interest should the matter become public.Therefore, the condition is referred to in the modern Ayurvedic literature by various names for tremors: Kampavata (tremors due to vata), vepathu (shaking, as in being off track or out of alignment), prevepana (excessive shaking), sirakampa (head tremor), spandin (quivering), and kampana (tremors)As we age, particularly into our later years, apana vayu accumulates (sanchaya) and may become aggravated (prakopa).This leads to the constipation so commonly seen in the elderly.When this is combined with a vata increasing lifestyle and constitutional tendencies, the stage is set for vata to overflow (prasara) into circulation.