- To maintain the highest standards of
- To practice uninfluenced by motives of profit.
- To use caution while divulging discoveries or
new techniques of treatment.
- To certify or testify only those matters with
which the doctor has personal experience.
- To ensure that any act oradvice that could
weaken physical or mental resistance of an individual must be used
only in the interest of that individual.
- Always remember the supreme obligation of
- The patient should owe complete loyalty and
faith to you and to the resources of medical sciences. Whenever a treatment
or examination is beyond the capacity of the doctor, the advice of another
doctor should be sought.
- A doctor must always preserve absolute secrecy
concerning all he knows about a patient because of the confidence reposed in
- Emergency care is a humanitarian duty which
must be given unless it is clear that there are others better able to give
- A doctor must behave to his colleagues as he
would have them behave toward him.
- A doctor must not entice patients from his
- Any self advertisement or claiming unusual
- Collaboration in any form of medical service
in which the doctor does not have professional independence.
- Receipt of any money in connection with
services rendered to a patient other than a proper professional fee.