Science Institute – Assignment 1-كلية العلوم

Differentiate between adverse event and near miss

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    أسماء شريف جمال محمود مصطفى

    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.

    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)

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    أسماء شريف جمال محمود مصطفى

    1/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.

    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)

    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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    أفنان خالد فتحي اسماعيل2053

    (1)- Adverse event: is an event that results in unintended harm to the patient by an act of commission or omission rather than the underlying disease or condition of the patient (this includes sentinel events, hospital-acquired conditions, events that required life-sustaining intervention, and events that caused prolonged hospital stays, permanent harm, or death.
    – Near miss differs from the adverse event because, in near miss, serious harm did not occur and was prevented from completion through a planned or unplanned recovery as a result of chance, prevention, mitigation. Near misses act as free lessons.
    – Near misses occur with greater frequency than adverse events.

    (2)Harm means:
    -Impairment of structure or function of the body.
    -Any deleterious effect arising therefrom.
    -It includes disease, injury, suffering, disability, and death.
    -refers to outcomes or results.

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    أميره شعبان سيداحمد غيط2105

    (1)- Adverse event: is an event that results in unintended harm to the patient by an act of commission or omission rather than the underlying disease or condition of the patient (this includes sentinel events, hospital-acquired conditions, events that required life-sustaining intervention, and events that caused prolonged hospital stays, permanent harm, or death.
    – Near miss differs from the adverse event because, in near miss, serious harm did not occur and was prevented from completion through a planned or unplanned recovery as a result of chance, prevention, mitigation. Near misses act as free lessons.
    – Near misses occur with greater frequency than adverse events.

    (2)Harm means:
    -Impairment of structure or function of the body.
    -Any deleterious effect arising therefrom.
    -It includes disease, injury, suffering, disability, and death.
    -refers to outcomes or results.

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    أميره شعبان سيداحمد غيط

    (1)- Adverse event: is an event that results in unintended harm to the patient by an act of commission or omission rather than the underlying disease or condition of the patient (this includes sentinel events, hospital-acquired conditions, events that required life-sustaining intervention, and events that caused prolonged hospital stays, permanent harm, or death.
    – Near miss differs from the adverse event because, in near miss, serious harm did not occur and was prevented from completion through a planned or unplanned recovery as a result of chance, prevention, mitigation. Near misses act as free lessons.
    – Near misses occur with greater frequency than adverse events.

    (2)Harm means:
    -Impairment of structure or function of the body.
    -Any deleterious effect arising therefrom.
    -It includes disease, injury, suffering, disability, and death.
    -refers to outcomes or results.

  6. 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.

    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)

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    Eman Osman Elsharkawy

    A near miss is defined as “any event that could have had adverse consequences but did not and was indistinguishable from fully fledged adverse events in all but outcome.” (Some studies use the related terms “potential adverse event” and “close call.”) In a near miss, an error was committed, but the patient did not experience clinical harm, either through early detection or sheer luck. For example, consider a patient who is admitted to the hospital and placed in a shared room. A nurse comes to administer his medications, but inadvertently gives his pills to the other patient in the room. The other patient recognizes that these are not his medications, does not take them, and alerts the nurse so that the medications can be given to the correct patient. This situation involved a high potential for harm, as a cognitively impaired or less aware patient may have taken the incorrect medications.

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    شيماء محمد احمد الاحمر

    -Advers event: an incident which results in
    harm to a patient.
    An event that results in unintended harm to
    the patient .This includes: never events/sentinel event
    ,hospital-acquired conditions
    2-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, Prevention and Mitigationn
    (B)
    Harm means:
    Harmful incident : an incident that
    resulted in harm to a patient… Harm includes : disease,injury, disability and death.
    Harm generally refers to : outcomes or results.

  9. (1)- Adverse event: is an event that results in unintended harm to the patient by an act of commission or omission rather than the underlying disease or condition of the patient (this includes sentinel events, hospital-acquired conditions, events that required life-sustaining intervention, and events that caused prolonged hospital stays, permanent harm, or death.
    – Near miss differs from the adverse event because, in near miss, serious harm did not occur and was prevented from completion through a planned or unplanned recovery as a result of chance, prevention, mitigation. Near misses act as free lessons.
    – Near misses occur with greater frequency than adverse events.

    (2)Harm means:
    -Impairment of structure or function of the body.
    -Any deleterious effect arising therefrom.
    -It includes disease, injury, suffering, disability, and death.
    -refers to outcomes or results.

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    Amira Elsied Mohamed Elbana

    1- adverse event : an incident which results in harm to a patient
    Near miss : an error of commission or omission that could have harmed the patient, but serious harm did not occur and was prevented from complication through a planned or unplanned recovery

    2- harm means: impairment of structure or function of the body and / or deleterious effect arising there from
    _Harm includes disease, injury, suffering, disability and death

  11. 1/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.

    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)
    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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    الاء اشرف شاكر الجندى 2060

    1/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.

    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)

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    الاء اشرف شاكر الجندى 2060

    1/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.

    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)

    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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    Amira Bassyoni Mohamed Abd el halem

    1/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.

    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)

    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.

  15. 1_A/ Adverse event: incident that result in unintended harm to the patient by an act of commission or omission rather than by the underlying disease or condition of the patient include acquired conditions and event that caused prolonged stays. B/ Near Miss: an error of commission or omission could have harmed the patient but serious harm didn’t occur and was prevented from completion through a planned or unplanned recovery as a result of chance e.g the patient received a contraindication drug but didn’t experience an adverse drug reaction. Near Miss occur with greater frequency than events that result in actual harm. 2_Harm means:. a-impairment of structure or function of the body and / or any deleterious effect arising there from. b- include disease,injury, suffering,disability and death. c- generally refers to outcomes or results.

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    أميمة مصطفى محمد مصطفى 2020111

    1/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.

    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)

    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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    هاجر رضا تاج الدين إبراهيم2020403

    a-Adverse event: an incident which results in
    harm to a patient.
    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.
    b -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)

  18. -Adverse event: an incident which results in
    harm to a patient.
    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.
    b -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)

  19. 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.

    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)

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    ابرار جميل عبد الرقيب الرميمة

    1- Adverse event: is an event that results in unintended harm to the patient by an act of commission or omission rather than the underlying disease or condition of the patient (this includes sentinel events, hospital-acquired conditions, events that required life-sustaining intervention, and events that caused prolonged hospital stays, permanent harm, or death.
    -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 .

    2- Harm means:
    -an incident that resulted in harm to a patient .
    -Impairment of structure or function of the body.
    -Any deleterious effect arising therefrom.
    -It includes disease, injury, suffering, disability, and death.
    -refers to outcomes or results.

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    ابرار جميل عبد الرقيب الرميمة

    1- Adverse event: is an event that results in unintended harm to the patient by an act of commission or omission rather than the underlying disease or condition of the patient (this includes sentinel events, hospital-acquired conditions, events that required life-sustaining intervention, and events that caused prolonged hospital stays, permanent harm, or death.
    2-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 .

  22. 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.

    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)

  23. 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.

    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)

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    Nehad Nasser Ali 2373

    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.

    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)

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    نوران أحمد محمود الدسوقي

    1/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.

    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)

    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.

  26. -Adverse event: an incident which results in
    harm to a patient.
    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.
    b -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)

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    نيرة عبدالفتاح امام محمد ٢٣٩٤

    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…

    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…

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    نيرة عبدالفتاح امام محمد ٢٣٩٤

    Adverse event:An event that results unintended harm to the patient by an act of commission or omission rather than by the underlying disease or condition of the patient…

    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…

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    نيرة عبدالفتاح امام محمد ٢٣٩٤

    ١.Adverse event:An event that results unintended harm to the patient by an act of commission or omission rather than by the underlying disease or condition of the patient…

    ٢.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…

  30. 1/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.

    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)

    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.

  31. First question
    adverse event :
    an accident which results in harm to apatient.
    Near miss:
    An error of commission or omission that could have harmed the patient ,but serious harm didn’t occur and was prevented from completion through a planned orunplanned recovery

    Second question
    Harm mean
    1- impairment of structure or function of the body
    2-any deleterious effect arising there from

  32. 1)- Adverse event: is an event that results in unintended harm to the patient by an act of commission or omission rather than the underlying disease or condition of the patient (this includes sentinel events, hospital-acquired conditions, events that required life-sustaining intervention, and events that caused prolonged hospital stays, permanent harm, or death.
    – Near miss differs from the adverse event because, in near miss, serious harm did not occur and was prevented from completion through a planned or unplanned recovery as a result of chance, prevention, mitigation. Near misses act as free lessons.
    – Near misses occur with greater frequency than adverse events.

    (2)Harm means:
    -Impairment of structure or function of the body.
    -Any deleterious effect arising therefrom.
    -It includes disease, injury, suffering, disability, and death.
    -refers to outcomes or results.

  33. 1)- Adverse event: is an event that results in unintended harm to the patient by an act of commission or omission rather than the underlying disease or condition of the patient (this includes sentinel events, hospital-acquired conditions, events that required life-sustaining intervention, and events that caused prolonged hospital stays, permanent harm, or death.
    – Near miss differs from the adverse event because, in near miss, serious harm did not occur and was prevented from completion through a planned or unplanned recovery as a result of chance, prevention, mitigation. Near misses act as free lessons.
    – Near misses occur with greater frequency than adverse events.

    (2)Harm means:
    -Impairment of structure or function of the body.
    -Any deleterious effect arising therefrom.
    -It includes disease, injury, suffering, disability, and death.
    -refers to outcomes or results.

  34. 1/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.

    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)

    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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