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*  Patient safety
These problems can range from diagnostic and treatment errors to hospital-acquired infections, procedural complications, and ... The term "e-iatrogenesis" can be used to describe the local error manifestation. The sources for these errors include: ... Reliance on automated systems to prevent error. Inadequate systems to share information about errors hamper analysis of ... The errors which these researchers found were "lapses of attention to detail, errors of omission, compromised problem solving, ...
*  Differential diagnoses of depression
"Psychiatric diagnostic error". Schizophrenia bulletin. 5 (4): 560-3. doi:10.1093/schbul/5.4.560. PMID 515705. Hall RC, Popkin ... July 2010). "Errors of Diagnosis in Pediatric Practice: A Multisite Survey". Pediatrics. 126 (1): 70-9. doi:10.1542/peds.2009- ... Clinical errors and medical negligence Femi Oyebode; Advances in Psychiatric Treatment (2006) 12: 221-227 [3] The Royal College ... as well as the necessity of factoring in the use of such medications in the diagnostic process. Topical Tretinoin (Retin-A); ...
*  Medical diagnosis
"Diagnostic errors are leading cause of successful malpractice claims". The Washington Post. 2012-04-30. Retrieved 2016-10-31. ... Most people will experience at least one diagnostic error in their lifetime, according to a 2015 report by the National ... A diagnostic test is any kind of medical test performed to aid in the diagnosis or detection of disease. Diagnostic tests can ... Diagnostic procedures are the specific tools that the clinicians use to narrow the diagnostic possibilities. Diagnosis can take ...
*  Ervin Sejdic
External link in ,title= (help) Shryock, Todd (2016-12-05). "Can computers help doctors reduce diagnostic errors?". Medical ...
*  Point of care
... documentation can reduce errors in a variety of clinical tasks including diagnostics, medication prescribing and ... Overall, such systems reduce errors due to illegible writing on paper and transcribing errors. Mobile devices and tablets ... "Can Electronic Clinical Documentation Help Prevent Diagnostic Errors?". The New England Journal of Medicine. 362 (12): 1066-9. ... A delay between face-to-face patient care and clinical documentation can cause corruption of data, leading to errors in ...
*  Medical error
Berner, E. S.; Graber, M. L. (2008). "Overconfidence as a cause of diagnostic error in medicine". American Journal of Medicine ... Medical errors are often described as human errors in healthcare. Whether the label is a medical error or human error, one ... While overall errors become less likely, the checks add to workload and may in themselves be a cause of additional errors. A ... A 2005 study by Wendy Levinson of the University of Toronto showed surgeons discussing medical errors used the word "error" or ...
*  Reflective practice
... to reduce diagnostic error. Activities to promote reflection are now being incorporated into undergraduate, postgraduate and ... "Cognitive interventions to reduce diagnostic error: a narrative review" (PDF). BMJ Quality & Safety. 21 (7): 535-557. doi: ... Their theory was built around the recognition and correction of a perceived fault or error. Single-loop learning is when a ... practitioner or organisation, even after an error has occurred and a correction is made, continues to rely on current ...
*  Non-celiac gluten sensitivity
Apart from a possible diagnostic error, there are multiple possible explanations. One reason is poor compliance with gluten ... The definition and diagnostic criteria of non-celiac gluten sensitivity were debated and established by three consensus ... According to the diagnostic criteria established by the consensus conferences (2011 and 2013), it is necessary to perform ... According to the diagnostic criteria established by two Consensus Conferences (London 2011 and Munich 2012), the current view ...
*  Body part as an object
... is one of the diagnostic error patterns in apraxia. Though BPO errors seem to be inconsistent in their efficacy for diagnosing ... suggesting these errors are not restricted to children and those with brain damage. In addition, more BPO errors are made by ... make significantly more BPO errors than the average adult population. It has been found that BPO errors (i.e. use of BPO ... It has been debated whether the existence of BPO errors can be used as a measure for aphasia or brain damage. In the studies ...
*  Functional neurological symptom disorder
Freud frequently made serious diagnostic errors due to his theory of hysteria. In 1901, a patient died of a sarcoma of the ... The diagnostic criteria for this condition are nearly identical to those used for hysteria. The diagnostic criteria were: A. ... Changes in the diagnostic criteria, increasing evidence, literature about how to make the diagnosis and how to explain it and ... He stated that "The diagnosis of 'hysteria' is a disguise for ignorance and a fertile source of clinical error. It is, in fact ...
*  IITRAN
... set of diagnostic error messages. (Bauer, p. V) There was a Spanish language version of IITRAN at IIT as well. It utilized ...
*  Conversion disorder
Freud frequently made serious diagnostic errors due to his theory of hysteria. In 1901, a patient died of a sarcoma of the ... The diagnostic criteria for functional neurological symptom disorder, as set out in DSM-V, are: The patient has at least one ... Information on the frequency of conversion disorder in the West is limited, in part due to the complexities of the diagnostic ... In DSM-V, la belle indifférence was removed as a diagnostic criteria. Another feature thought to be important was that symptoms ...
*  Gluten-related disorders
This may be due to diagnostic error, poor dietary compliance, or other reasons. Those afflicted with NCGS may be under the ... HLA-DQ typing has a practical advantage in that it is the only diagnostic test that allows to exclude CD when a patient is ... "Clinical and diagnostic aspects of gluten related disorders". World J Clin Cases. 3 (3): 275-84. doi:10.12998/wjcc.v3.i3.275. ...
*  Autopsy
A systematic review of studies of the autopsy calculated that in about 25% of autopsies a major diagnostic error will be ... Shojania KG, Burton EC, McDonald KM, Goldman L (2003). "Changes in rates of autopsy-detected diagnostic errors over time: a ... of autopsies will detect major diagnostic errors. A large meta-analysis suggested that approximately one-third of death ... A study that focused on myocardial infarction (heart attack) as a cause of death found significant errors of omission and ...
*  Electrocardiography
Guijarro-Morales A., Gil-Extremera B., Maldonado-MartĂ­n A. (1991). "ECG diagnostic errors due to improper connection of the ... ECG's can be interpreted in isolation but should be applied - like all diagnostic tests - in the context of the patient. For ... Additional electrodes may rarely be placed to generate other leads for specific diagnostic purposes. Right-sided precordial ...
*  Schizoaffective disorder
Thus, they are likely to continue to introduce either-or conceptual and diagnostic error, by way of confirmation bias into ... This is an essential step to reduce diagnostic error and to evaluate potential medication sources of further patient harm. ... Many clinicians improperly perform, or entirely miss this step, introducing avoidable diagnostic error and misdiagnosis. An ... The new schizoaffective disorder criteria continue to have questionable diagnostic validity. Questionable diagnostic validity ...
*  Jeavons syndrome
... the EEG with the characteristic eye-closure-related discharges and photosensitivity leaves no room for diagnostic error. ... Agathonikou A, Panayiotopoulos CP, Giannakodimos S, Koutroumanidis M. Typical absence status in adults: diagnostic and ...
*  190th Fighter Squadron, Blues and Royals friendly fire incident
Nevile, M. ""You Are Well Clear of Friendlies": Diagnostic Error and Cooperative Work in an Iraq War Friendly Fire Incident". ... British media allege six errors on the part of the aircrew: The pilots asked the Forward Air Controller ("Manila Hotel") if ... Cadell, J.W. "Targeting-Error Fratricide in Modern Airpower: A Causal Examination". Georgetown University Repository. ... "Pilot Error: Dispelling the Hegemony of Blamism - A Case of De-Centered Causality and Hardwired Politics". Disaster Prevention ...
*  Health professional
Elevated levels of stress are also linked to high rates of burnout, absenteeism and diagnostic errors, and to reduced rates of ... This usually involves a team of healthcare providers in various diagnostic units. These include radiographers, radiologists, ...
*  GSOAP
The function's int return value is used for error diagnostics. A service invocation in C using the auto-generated soap_call_ns ...
*  National Patient Safety Foundation
NPSF has funded 39 research projects investigating areas such as medication errors, systems design, and diagnostic errors. More ... The program's objective is "to promote studies leading to the prevention of human errors, system errors, patient injuries, and ... The National Patient Safety Foundation began as an idea proposed in 1996 at a large conference on medical error that was ... in a situation where a medical error was made. NPSF is home to the Lucian Leape Institute, a think tank named for and led by ...
*  Pre- and post-test probability
... which may cause unnecessary testing and diagnostic errors. A separate source of inaccuracy of multiplying several relative ... Most major diseases have established diagnostic criteria and/or clinical prediction rules. The establishment of diagnostic ... Test, in this sense, can refer to any medical test (but usually in the sense of diagnostic tests), and in a broad sense also ... Therefore, if diagnostic criteria have been established for a condition, it is generally most appropriate to interpret any post ...
*  Beta thalassemia
"NCBI - WWW Error Blocked Diagnostic". pubchem.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov. Retrieved 2015-05-26. "Deferoxamine". livertox.nih.gov. ... Schrijver, Iris (2011-09-09). Diagnostic Molecular Pathology in Practice: A Case-Based Approach. Springer Science & Business ...
*  Minimally conscious state
One of the more common diagnostic errors involving disorders of consciousness is mistaking MCS for VS which may lead to serious ... However, because the diagnostic criteria were published independently from one another, the final recommendations differed ... In a three-year period spanning from 1994-1996, three position statements regarding the diagnostic criteria of disorder of ... In the end, the Aspen Work-group provided a consensus statement regarding definitions and diagnostic criteria disorder of ...
*  LR parser
LC parsers have smaller parse tables than LALR parsers and better error diagnostics. There are no widely used generators for ... Otherwise, report a syntax error. Error: Report a syntax error. The parser ends, or attempts some recovery. Note: LR parser ... LR is also better at error reporting. It detects syntax errors as early in the input stream as possible. An LR parser scans and ... LR parsers can generate somewhat helpful error messages for the first syntax error in a program, by simply enumerating all the ...
*  Ariosa v. Sequenom
Sequenom sent letters to Ariosa Diagnostics, Inc., Natera, Inc. and Diagnostics Center, Inc.. threatening each of them with ... to instruct the Supreme Court on correcting its past errors, because "shielding the Court from the consequences of their bad ... Revolutionary diagnostic testing methods that cost tens of millions of dollars to produce should be the flagship of the modern ... Ariosa Diagnostics, Inc. v. Sequenom, Inc., 788 F.3d 1371 (Fed. Cir. 2015), was a controversial decision of the Federal Circuit ...
*  FAM129C
"NCBI - WWW Error Blocked Diagnostic". www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov. Retrieved 2015-05-09. "NCBI - WWW Error Blocked Diagnostic". www. ... permanent dead link] "NCBI - WWW Error Blocked Diagnostic". www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov. Retrieved 2015-05-09. "Leicester Research ... WWW Error Blocked Diagnostic". www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov. Retrieved 2015-05-08. "FAM129C - Niban-like protein 2 - Homo sapiens ( ...