AL-Azhar University share in the second ICU project with multidisplinary team

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    منار محمود محمد الشبراملس2210

    1-Near Miss:An error of commission or omission that could have harmed the patient, but serious harm did not occur and was prevented from completion through a planned or unplanned recovery. As a result of :*Chance e.g., the patient received a contraindicated drug but did not experience an adverse drug reaction)
    Adverse event:An event that results in unintended harm to the patient by an act of commission or omission rather than by the underlying disease or condition of the patient.
    2-Impairment of structure or function of the body and/or any deleterious effect arising there from. §Harm includes disease, injury, suffering, disability and death.

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    إسراء محمد علي الحريري/2011

    1/Near misses occur with greater frequency
    than events that result in actual harm.
    § They are thus a rich source of information
    about both system vulnerabilities and our
    abilities to trap and mitigate errors
    2/Harmful incident (cause of AE): an incident that
    resulted in harm to a patient.
    § Impairment of structure or function of the body
    and/or any deleterious effect arising there from.
    § Harm includes disease, injury, suffering, disability and
    death.
    § “Harm” generally refers to outcomes or results.

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    إسراء محمد علي الحريري/2011

    1/Near misses occur with greater frequency

    than events that result in actual harm.
    § They are thus a rich source of information
    about both system vulnerabilities and our
    abilities to trap and mitigate errors2/Harmful incident (cause of AE): an incident that
    resulted in harm to a patient.
    § Impairment of structure or function of the body
    and/or any deleterious effect arising there from.
    § Harm includes disease, injury, suffering, disability and
    death.
    § “Harm” generally refers to outcomes or results.

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    Safaa ELMeneza

    Dear Manar and Esraa
    please reply to the designated section ,

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