When the medical errors
of the health care professionals were evaluated, there were similarities between physicians and nurses; the most frequent medical error
experienced by the physicians was the administration of incorrect medication 45(32.
The basic criteria for the news selection was that the news be directly related to the subject of medical error
and that they were made within the borders of Turkey.
Although Rescher sets his attention on the concept of error
, the points he emphasizes and the implications he draws are fairly standard themes in epistemology.
Although it is obvious that the nurses in this study were vigilant and careful, thus preventing a large number of errors
from reaching the patients, error
rates were still high.
training: Replication and the function of exploratory behavior.
Pre-1970 revisions: In contending that the accountant committed merely a mathematical or posting error
, the taxpayers relied on cases decided before important 1970 revisions to Regs.
As the controller begins to walk through the company's internal control over financial reporting, he or she will review each control to see whether they would have found the error
and thus have been the required mitigating control.
These incidents had very different causes, from deliberate criminal misconduct to simple human error
Illegible order writing by physicians can be a frequent contributing factor to medication error
A spreadsheet error
at a major financial institution was deemed a significant factor in a $1 billion financial statement error
in the classification of securities.
The prevalence and nature of errors
and near errors
reported by hospital staff nurses.
The sequential step diagonal measurement method differs from the body diagonal displacement measurement in that each axis moves separately in sequence and the diagonal positioning error
is collected after each separate movement of the X-axis, Y-axis, and then Z-axis.