Second year medical students /patient safety module

Activity 1

please answer the following :

1- what is difference between adverse event and near miss

2- Harm means:

a

b

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    Safaa ELMeneza

    To second year medical students
    Please write answer in this section

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      سميه محمود أحمد السيد/ 2158

      (A)
      1-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.

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        Fatima Hamdy Ameen

        Adverse event: incident causes harm to the patient, including never events, hospital acquired condition, events cause prolonged hospital stay, permanent harm or even death.
        Near miss: error could have harmful the patient, but didn’t occur by chance, prevention or mitigation.
        Definition of harm: impairment of structure or function of the body.
        Or incident causes harm to the patient.

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        Safaa bahgat ali abotaha

        Characteristics of successful reporting system
        1. Nonpunitive
        2. Confidential
        3. Independent
        4. Expert analysis
        5. Systems oriented
        6. Responsive

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        Omnia Mohamed Elsayed Wahba 2097

        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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        أسماء صفيان كمال عبدالباري

        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.

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      نورهان عبد المهيمن السيد محمد عويس 2251

      Adverse event: incident causes harm to the patient, including never events, hospital acquired condition, events cause prolonged hospital stay, permanent harm or even death.
      Near miss: error could have harmful the patient, but didn’t occur by chance, prevention or mitigation.
      Definition of harm: impairment of structure or function of the body.
      Or incident causes harm to the patient.

    • 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.
      This includes never events/sentinel event , 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, prevention, mitigation.
      2-Harm means: Harmful incident : an incident that resulted in harm to a patient.
      Impairment of structure or function of the body and 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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      سهيلة عبدالتواب محمد البسيقي /2162

      1-adverse event: event that result in unintended harm to the patient by act of commission or omission.
      Near miss:error of commission and omission that could have harmed the patient but harm didnt occur.
      2-Harm :
      a-deliberate injury or damage to someone or something
      B-generally refer to outcomes or results

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        سهيلة عبدالتواب محمد البسيقي /2162

        1-adverse event :event that result in unintended harm to patient by act of commission and omission
        Near miss.:errors of commission and omission that could harmed the patient but harm didnt occur
        2-Harm
        a- deliberate injury or damage to someone or something
        B-generally refer to outcomes or results

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      آلاء جمال أحمد كامل /2034

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

      near miss : error of commission or omission that
      could have harmed the patient, but serious harm didn’t occur
      2-Harm : Impairment of structure or function of the body and any deleterious effect arising there from

    • Frist quistion:”
      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 completion through a planned orunplanned recovery

      Second quistion
      Harm mean
      1-Impairment of structure or function of the body
      2-any deleterious effect arising there from.

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      Maimun Hassan suleiman

      Results in unintended harm to the patient by act of commission

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        safaa ELMeneza

        Hope you can elaborate and write the answer

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          سلمى فتحي محمد احمد ريان

          1/ a. Adverse event ; is an incident that result in harm to a patient.
          this include / 1. events that required life sustaining intervention , permanent harm , never event , death
          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 .
          2/ Harm mean ;
          a. impairment of structure or function of the body and any deleterious effect arising there from.
          b. harm include Disease, injury, suffering, disability and death.

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          إيلاف محمد توفيق محمد الشافعى محمد على 2129

          (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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          2247 سلمى فتحى عبدالرازق عبدالمنعم

          First question:”
          Adverse event:
          an incident that 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 completion through a planned or unplanned recovery

          Second question
          Harm means
          1-Impairment of structure or function of the body
          2-any deleterious effect arising therefrom.

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          ساره صلاح محمد دويدار

          (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.

        • 1/ a. Adverse event ; is an incident that result in harm to a patient.
          this include / 1. events that required life sustaining intervention , permanent harm , never event , death
          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 .
          2/ Harm mean ;
          a. impairment of structure or function of the body and any deleterious effect arising there from.
          b. harm include Disease, injury, suffering, disability and death.

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          هاجر العيسوي عبدالفتاح العيسوي 2020401

          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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          ميار محمد ابراهيم محمد 2355

          1_Impairment of structure or function of the body and/or any deleterious effect arising there from.
          _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_Harm includes disease, injury, suffering, disability and death.

        • ٍياسمين عبد النبي عبد السلام محمد علي 2452
          Answer:
          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.

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          سارة السيد فوزى على محمد

          سارة السيد فوزى على محمد 2225
          1/ a. Adverse event ; is an incident that result in harm to a patient.
          this include / 1. events that required life sustaining intervention , permanent harm , never event , death
          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 .
          2/ Harm mean ;
          a. impairment of structure or function of the body and any deleterious effect arising there from.
          b. harm include Disease, injury, suffering, disability and death.

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      اسماء بلال بديع محمد عيسي 2019

      1_near miss: are errors of commision or ommission that could have harmed the patient but serious harm didn’t occur and was prevented from completion.
      adverse events:an incident which results in harm to a patient.
      2_harm may be a_outcomes or b_results

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      02-327/ زينب عمر انجمي

      1) *adverse event : is an event that results in unintended harm to the patient by an act of commission or omission but doesn’t related to the underlying disease or condition of the patient.(cause harm to patient )
      * near event :is 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. ( no serious harm)
      2) harm means: impairment of structure and function of the body.

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      الاء رزق محمود البزاوي / 2037

      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

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      أميرة عبدالحميد رخا عبدالحميد (2060)

      1- *Adverse events mean :Incident which result in harm to patient.
      *Unintended harm.
      *It has low frequency than near miss.
      But
      *Near miss means :error of commission or omission that could have harmed the patient but not seriously.
      *It was prevented by either chance, prevention or mitigation.
      *It has great frequency than adverse events and represents free lessons.
      2-Harm:
      *Impairment of the structure or the function of the body or any effect arising there for.
      *It represents outcomes or results.
      *May be disease/disability/or even death.

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      هاجر فوزي عبد العاطي محمد

      1.the difference between adverse event and near miss:
      -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 planned or unplanned recovery .
      2.harm mean;
      a-an incident that resulted in harm to a patient .
      b-impairment of structure or function of the body and \or any deleterious effect arising these form.

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      Gehad El-Dsouky Shahien Aboouf/ID:2102

      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.
      2-Harm means:
      a-Impairment of structure or function of the body and any deleterious effect arising there from.
      b-Impairment of structure or function of the body or any deleterious effect arising there from.

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      حسناء صابر علام مسلم

      1-First Q/the adverse event :is an incident which results in harm to patient by the act of commission or omission rather than by disease or condition of patient it include never event and hospital acquired conditions
      Near miss: an error of commission that could have harmed the patient but serious harm didn’t occur and was prevented from completion by planned or unplanned recovery as aresult of chance, prevention and mitigation.
      2-SecondQ/ harm generally refers to outcomes or results and harmful events are incident that result in harm to patient.. It’s impairment of structure or function of body or any deleterious effect arising there from. It includes injury, suffering, disability and death.

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      اية حداقه عبد المطلب احمد (2075)

      1) Adverse event: event that results in unintended harm to the patient by an act of comission or omission rather than by the underlying disease or condition of the patient .
      2) Near miss: error of commission or omission that could have harmed the patient but serious harm didn’t occur and was prevented from completion through planned or unplanned recovery.
      3) Harm : a) an incident that result in harm to a patient
      b) impairment of structure or function of the body and /or any deleterious effect arising there from.

    • Q1 / advarse effect/ is an incident which results in harm to a patient
      Near miss/ is error of commission that could have harmed the patient but serious harm

      Q2 /
      A- it is physical or mental dame or injury
      B- it is impairment of structure or function of the body or/and any deleterious effect arising there from

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      Noor Ebrahim Naji Al matari. 2319

      1-
      advarse event : is an incident which results in harm to a patient
      near miss : is error of commission that could have harmed the patient but serious harm didn’t occur.

      2-
      a- harm is the impairment of structure or function of the body.
      b- harm is physical or mental damage or injury.

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      عائشة موسى إبراهيم أبوبكر/2312

      1-Adverse event: is an incident which results which results in harm to a patient while near Miss is an unplanned event that didn’t result in an injury or illness but had the potential to do so
      2_Harm
      a-is the damage to something which is caused by a particular course of action
      b-physical or psychological damage or injury

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      2314 /فاطمة هاشم ناصر

      2_Harm : refers to outcomes or results that includes disease,injury,suffering,disability and death.

      Harm: Impairment of structure or function of the body and/or any deleterious effect arising there from.

      1_The Different between adverse event and near miss
      Adverse event: an incident which results in harm to a patient.
      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.
      This includes never events/sentinel event , 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, prevention, mitigation
      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.

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      مي أحمد رمضان أحمد 2226

      1. adverse event is incident that result in harm to patient,include sentinel event,hospital acquired condition, required life sustaining intervention, or death and miss near is error of commession that could have harmed the patient but seriois harm did not occure and prevented from completion planned or unplaned recovery.as result of chance, prevention, mitigation.
      2.harm means impairment of structure or function of body and include Diseases, injury, death, and refer to outcome or result

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      صفاء طارئ طلبه ابراهيم/ 2175

      Adverse event is an incident results in harm to a patient. Includes never events, sentinel event, hospital acquired conditions.
      Near miss is 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 or unplanned recovery. As a result of chance, prevention, mitigation.
      Harm is an impairment structure or function of the body and any deleterious effect arising there from. Includes disease, injury, suffering, disability and death.

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      بسمة طه حسن منصور / 2096

      1- *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.

      *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)
      -Prevention,(e.g., a potentially lethal
      overdose was prescribed, but a nurse
      identified the error before administering the medication) or
      – Mitigation (e.g., a lethal drug overdose was administered but discovered early and
      countered with an antidote).

      2-Harm:
      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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      أنهار يحيى صالح أبوحاتم (2297)

      Answer Q1
      _ Adverse event is an incident which results in harm to a patient
      And this event results in unintended harm to the patient by an act of commission or omission rather than by the underlyning disease
      – Near miss is 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
      And near misses occur with greater frequency than events that result in actual harm

      Answer Q2
      Impairment of structure or function of the body or any deleterious effect arising there from
      Harm includes disease , injury , suffering , disability and death
      And harm generally refers to outcomes or results

    • Adverse event is an incident that can harm patient
      Near miss is an error that could have harmed patient but was prevented by chance or prevention or mitigation
      Harm means
      Disease or injury

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      إسراء أمين محمد السيد أحمد /2006

      1️⃣.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
      This includes :never events/sentinel event,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:
      1.Chance e.g., the patient received a contraindicated drug but did not experience an adverse drug reaction)
      2.Prevention,(e.g.,a potentially lethal overdose was prescribed,but a nurse identified the error before administering the medication)
      3.Mitigation (e.g.,a lethal drug overdose was administered but discovered early and countered with an antidote).

      2️⃣Harm:
      1.Impairment of structure or function of the body and/or any deleterious effect arising there from.
      2.Harmful incident (cause of AE): an incident that resulted in harm to a patient.
      Harm includes disease, injury,suffering,disability and death.
      “Harm” generally refers to outcomes or results.

    • 1-Adverse event :an incident which results in harm to patient.an event results in unintended harm to apatient by act on commission or omission rather than by underlying disease or condition of the patient.
      Near miss : error of commission or omission that could have harmed the patient but serious harm didn’t occur and was prevented from completion through planned or unplanned recovery .
      2-Harm:an incident that resulted in harm to patient .

    • 1. Adverse event: an incident which results in harm to 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.

      2. Harm means
      a/ Impairment of structure or function of the body
      and/or any deleterious effect arising there from.
      Harm includes disease, injury, suffering, disability and death .
      b/Harm” generally refers to outcomes or results

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      ريهام عوض محمد محمد / 2141

      Adverse event is an incident that lead to harm to the patient.
      Near miss, an error of commission or omission that could have harmed the patient but serious harm didn’t occur.
      Harm,
      1-incident that lead to harm to the patient.
      2-impairment of structure or function of the body and any deleterious effect arising from it.

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      رنا إبراهيم محمد / 2134

      1- adverse events
      incident which leads to harms to the patient

      2- near miss
      error of commission or omission that could have harmed the patient but serious harm didn’t occur

      3- harm
      a- incident which leads to harms to the patient
      b- impairment of structure or function of the body and any deleterious effect arising from it

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      نورا صابر عبدالفتاح علي

      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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      فاطمة عويس عبدالحميد

      Impairment of structure or function of the body and/or any deleterious effect arising there from. §Harm includes disease, injury, suffering, disability and death.
      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.
      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)

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      منى علاء محمد محمد /2222

      1): a) 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. 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)
      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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      رنا نصر عرفات مغاوري/2136

      1/Different between adverse event and near miss
      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.
      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)
      2_Harm includes disease, injury, suffering, disability and death.

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      نورا ابراهيم يوسف ابراهيم /2246

      (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) Harm : 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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      ايه محمد سالم أحمد ٢٠٨١

      ١/ ١_ 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.
      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
      ٢/ §Harm includes disease, injury, suffering, disability and death.

    • 1-Adverse event:an event 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
      Near Miss:An error of commission or omission that could have harmed the patient but serious harm donot occur and was prevented from completion through planned or unplanned recovery
      Impairment of structure or function of the body and/or any deleterious effect arising there from harms include diseases, injuries, suffering,disability and death

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      أسماء صابر محمود حامد /2023

      a-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)
      b_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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      رقية عبد السلام عبد الحفيظ

      1 -Adverse Event
      § This includes never events/sentinel event ,
      hospital-acquired conditions, events that
      required life-sustaining intervention, and
      events that caused prolonged hospital stays,
      permanent harm, or death.
      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
      2-Impairment of structure or function of the body
      and/or any deleterious effect arising there from

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      آية رضا عبدالعزيز غنيم

      Answer question 1
      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
      This includes never events/sentinel event ,
      hospital-acquired conditions, events that
      required life-sustaining intervention, and
      events that caused prolonged hospital stays,
      permanent harm, or death.
      P 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)
      Prevention,(e.g., a potentially lethal
      overdose was prescribed, but a nurse
      identified the error before administering the
      medication) or
      Mitigation (e.g., a lethal drug overdose was
      administered but discovered early and
      countered with an antidote).

      Answer question 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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      2190 فاطمة إبراهيم محمد

      Answer of question (1)
      •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
      This includes never events/sentinel event ,
      hospital-acquired conditions, events that
      required life-sustaining intervention, and
      events that caused prolonged hospital stays,
      permanent harm, or death.

      •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)
      Prevention,(e.g., a potentially lethal
      overdose was prescribed, but a nurse
      identified the error before administering the
      medication) or
      Mitigation (e.g., a lethal drug overdose was
      administered but discovered early and
      countered with an antidote).

      Answer of question (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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      رغد عادل رشاد 2306

      Q1:
      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.
      Q2 : Harm is, 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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      دَيانا محمود فتحي عوض

      1- *Adverse event is: 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.
      *While Near Miss is: 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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      دانه ياسر زكريا عبدالمنعم

      1- *Adverse event is: 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.
      *While Near Miss is: 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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      أسماء صبحى أحمد عبداللطيف مرعي

      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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      إسراء هاني عبدالمجيد سليمان .رقم الجلوس 2016

      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
      * prevention: potential lethal overdose was prescribed but the nurse identify the error before administration .

      Harm:1- Impairment of structure or function of the body and/or any deleterious effect arising there from.
      Harm includes disease, injury, suffering, disability and death.
      2-Patient harm (which is synonymous with adverse events in healthcare) is defined as unanticipated, unforeseen accidents (eg, patient injuries, care complications, or death) which are a direct result of the care dispensed rather than the patient’s underlying disease.

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      هدير علاء الدين محمد احمد

      1_Adverse event /is the any event or incidant that cause harm (already occur) to the patient include the medical errors that cause predominant harm and even death to the patient for example when the patient take over dose of drug or awrong drug and medical staff coundn’t recognise this error and patient die or this drug cause apremenant harm for him, while near miss is the error that could occur and may cause harm but not severe and it also can be prevented befor occur by recognise this error befer it occur for example when the medical staff prescribe to the patient awrong Medicine but they recognise this error befor patient take this drug

      2_harm
      a_it,’s the incident that result in harm to the patient
      B_impairment structure and function of body
      Like1_ diseases /2_injuries /3_death

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      ناهد وجيه حسن علي العتيقي

      Adverse event :An incent which results in harm to a patien. Event that results in unintended harm to patient by act of commission or ommission rather than by underlying disease or condition of patient.
      Near miss:error of commission or ommission that could have harmed the patient but serious harm Didnot occur and was prevented from completion through planned or unplanned recovery.
      Harm mean:impairment of structure or function of the body or any deleterious arising there from. Harm includes disease, injury, suffering, disability and death. Harm generally refer to Outcomes or result.

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      هدير أحمد عبد المالك احمد

      Advers event/ is an incident which results in harm to a patient an event 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
      Near miss /is 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 or unplanned recovery.
      /Harm include Impairment of structure or function of the body and/or any deleterious effect arising there from. §Harm includes disease, injury, suffering, disability and death.

    • (1)Near Mass: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)
      A/Impairment of structure or function of the body and/or any deleterious effect arising there from. B/Harm includes disease, injury, suffering, disability and death.

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      نسمه سلامه امين سلامه رقم الجلوس 2241

      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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      آيه محمد حسان

      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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      إسراء أحمد عبد الفتاح النبوي/٢٠٠٤

      1-adverse event : event that result in unintended harm to the patient by act of commission or omission rather than by underlying disease or condition of the patient.
      Near miss : error of commission and omission that could have harmed the patient but harm didn’t occur.
      2: harm:
      a-deliberate injury or damage to some one or something .
      b- generally refer to out comes or results .

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      إكرام منقذ عدنان محمد / 2340

      1- adverse event This includes never events or sentinel event , hospital acquired conditions, events that required life sustaining intervention, and events that caused prolonged hospital stays, permanent harm, or death. While
      The near mass means 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.
      2 – a- Impairment of structure or function of the body and any deleterious effect arising there from
      B- Harm includes disease, injury, suffering, disability and death.

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        سمية رجب متولي بيومي 2252

        adverse event This includes never events or sentinel event , hospital acquired conditions, events that required life sustaining intervention, and events that caused prolonged hospital stays, permanent harm, or death. While
        The near mass means 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.
        2 – a- Impairment of structure or function of the body and any deleterious effect arising there from
        B- Harm includes disease, injury, suffering, disability and death.

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      الشيماء حسام محمد فتحي 2049

      Impairment of structure or function of the body and/or any deleterious effect arising there from. §Harm includes disease, injury, suffering, disability and death.
      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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      أميرة ماجد فتوح الديسطي

      Impairment of structure or function of the body and/or any deleterious effect arising there from. §Harm includes disease, injury, suffering, disability and death.
      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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      رحمه عبد العزيز السيد عبد العزيز 2129

      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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      Alaa mostafa said naeem/2043

      1_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.This includes never events/sentinel event ,
      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)
      Prevention,(e.g., a potentially lethal
      overdose was prescribed, but a nurse
      identified the error before administering the
      medication) or
      § Mitigation (e.g., a lethal drug overdose was
      administered but discovered early and
      countered with an antidote).
      2_harm: 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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      دارين أحمد مختار محمد (2112)

      1-Adverse event: An event that results in unintended harm to the pt. by an act of commission or omission rather than underlying disease of the patient.
      Near miss: An error of commission or omission that could have harmed the patient but harm did not occur as a result of chance- prevention and mitigation.
      2-a) Impairment of structure or function of the body and any deleterious effect that arises from.
      b) It includes disease, injury, suffering, disability and death.

    • A-Difference between Adverse event and near miss :
      -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)

      B-Harm means : Impairment of structure or function of the body and/or any deleterious effect arising there from. §Harm includes disease, injury, suffering, disability and death.

    • 1_ adverse event means: the incident that result in a harm to a patient.
      Near miss means : erorr of comission or omisson the could have harmed the patient.
      2_ Harm means : impairment of structure and function of the body such disease or injury.
      It’s generally referd to Outcomes and results.

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      روان القطب عبدالله القطب /2137

      1_Adverse event is any 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.
      It includes never events _sentinel event ,
      hospital-acquired conditions, events that required life-sustaining intervention and events that caused prolonged hospital stays,
      permanent harm, or death.

      But Near Miss means 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
      Mitigation
      Near misses occur with greater frequency
      than events that result in actual harm.

      2_ the meaning of harm is the Impairment of structure or function of the body or any deleterious effect arising there from.
      Harm includes disease, injury, suffering, disability and death.
      Harm generally refers to out comes and results.

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      نور علي امحمد قجام

      A-Difference between Adverse event and near miss :
      # 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)

      B-Harm means : Impairment of structure or function of the body and/or any deleterious effect arising there from. §Harm includes disease, injury, suffering, disability and death.

    • 1-Impairment of structure or function of the body and/or any deleterious effect arising there from. Harm includes disease, injury, suffering, disability and death.
      2- 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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      /2008 / اسراء عبد اللطيف عبد اللطيف سويدان

      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.

      Impairment of structure or function of the body and/or any deleterious effect arising there from. §Harm includes disease, injury, suffering, disability and 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)

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      ايمان سالم معوض عبد الرؤف/ 2085

      ١_Impairment of structure or function of the body and/or any deleterious effect arising there from. §Harm includes disease, injury, suffering, disability and death.
      2/ 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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      بسنت فرج محمد السنجهاوي 2097

      Adverse event : event results in unintended harm to the patient by the act of commission or omission rather than by underlying disease.
      Near miss : error of commission or omission that cause harm to the patient but serious harm didn’t occur and prevented from completion by planned or unplanned events.
      -Harm :
      A- incidents that cause harm to the patient .
      B-impairment of the structure or function of the body .

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      منه الله محمد سعد قناوى

      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-Harm: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 عطيه علي عطيه سليم/ 2009

      1- a- 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)
      b-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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      أسماء أبو الفضل أبو الوفا محمد /2017

      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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      Takwa Mohamed Abdelwahed Alkhazendar

      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.
      But
      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.

    • 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.

      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)

      2_A:Impairment of structure or function of the body
      B:or any deleterious effect arising there from. §Harm includes disease, injury, suffering, disability and death.

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      Aliaa Samir mohamed abdelaliem/2186

      Diffinition of harm:impairment of function of body deleterious effect arising there from ,heart include disease, injury,suffering, disability and death

      Near miss:an error of commission or omission that could have harms the patient but serious harm didn’t occur and prevented from completing through aplanned or unplanned recovery as a result of chance ,the patient received a contraindicated drug but didn’t experience and adverse drug reaction.

      Adverse events:An event 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.

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      عائشة صبري عبدالمولى 2178

      ▶️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 reactions
      ▶️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.
      ▶️Harm means:
      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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      سندس طلعت فاروق أحمد 2160

      1-The adverse event : incident that results in harm to the patient.the harm is unintended by the act of commission or omission rather than by the underlying condition of the patient.it includes never events, sentinel events, hospital acquired condition events and permanent harm.
      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 or prevention or mitigation.

      2-harm: incident that resulted in harm to the patient. impairment of structure or function of the body or any deleterious effect.
      it generally refers to results or outcome.
      it includes disease, disability, suffering, injury and death.

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      مريم حسن عبدالعزيز علي /2207

      1)Adverse event: an incident which results in harm to a patient.
      But,NearMiss: 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 Mitigation.
      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)Harm:
      a.Harmful incident (cause of AE): an incident that resulted in harm to a patient.
      b.Impairment of structure or function of the body and/or any deleterious effect arising there from.

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      Ebthal Samir Mohamed /2001

      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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      أمنية محمود رياض محمود / ID: 2055

      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 حسن عبد السلام حسن أحمد شعبان

      1️⃣-Advers event: events that result in unintended harm to patient by act of commissiom or omisiom that rather than underlying disease or conditions of patient.
      -Near miss: ability to prevention or mitigat errors early.
      2️⃣Harm: incident that cause harmful to patient and impairment of structure or function of the body and may be psychological.

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      أفنان حسن عبد السلام حسن أحمد شعبان

      1️⃣-Advers event :events that result in unintended harm to patient by act of commissiom or omisiom that rather than underlying disease or conditions of patient.
      -Near miss :ability to prevention or mitigat errors early.
      2️⃣Harm means :incident that cause harmful to patient and impairment of structure or function of the body and may be psychological.

    • 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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      شيماء غنام محمد مبروك 2174

      1_adverse event an incident which result in harmto patient
      An event that result in unintended harm to the patient by an act of commision or omission rather than by the underlying disease or condition of the patintbut near miss is an error of commision or omission that have harmed patient but serious harm didn’t occur and was prevented from completion throughaplanned or UN planned recovery as result of chance or prevention ormitgation
      2_a_harmful incident cause of adverse event is an incident that result in harm to patient
      B_impairment of structure or function of body or any deletrious effect arising there from
      Harm refer generally to outcomes or result and includes disease, injury, suffering, disability, death

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      أمنية عبداللطيف السيد الهندي 2052

      1-Adverse event: 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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      رانيا محمد محمد السيد علي

      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- Harm mean :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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      نور عمر زغيتون 321

      ١:Impairment of structure or function of the body and/or any deleterious effect arising there from. §Harm includes disease, injury, suffering, disability and death.

      ٢: 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.

      ٣: 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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        نبيلة حشمت الله 2479

        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.

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        نبيلة حشمت الله

        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)

    • 1-The difference between adverse events and near miss is that : ” Adverse event ” 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, but ” Near Miss ” is 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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      2- Harm means 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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      ندى صلاح باز محمد باز / 2239

      1_Difference between adverse event and near miss :
      Adverse event is an incident that results in harm to a patient
      Near miss is 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 or unplanned recovery
      2_Harm means
      Impairment of structure or function of the body
      Or
      It includes disease,injury, suffering, disability and death

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      ساره مصطفى محمد عمر مفتاح/2149

      1/ (near miss)is aerror of commission or ommision that could have harmed the patient but serious harm didnot occur and was prevented from completion through planned or unplanned recovery as a result chance.
      (Adverse event)is an incident that could harm the patient as aan event that could unintended harm to patient by an act of commision or ommision rather than by the underlying disease or condition of the patient.
      2/(harm) أ_is harmful incident ( cause AE) an incident that could harm the patient.
      ب_ impairment of the strcture or function of the body or any deleterious effect that arising there from.

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      ولاء حفض الله محمد حسين 2280

      Impairment of structure or function of the body and/or any deleterious effect arising there from. §Harm includes disease, injury, suffering, disability and death.
      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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      هند أحمد المتولي إبراهيم 2272

      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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      اسراء محمد رمضان على مطاوع/2010

      1=Adverse event: an incident which results in
      harm to a patient. ,,,Near miss .. An error ofcommission or omission that
      could have harmed the patient, but serious
      harm did not occur and was prevented from
      completion through a planned or unplanned. 2..Harm includes disease, injury, suffering, disability and
      death.
      § “Harm” generally refers to outcomes or results.

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      زينب سامي سعد عوض 2144

      a/ Adverse event: an incident which results in
      harm to a patient and 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

      b/Harm ~ generally refers to outcomes or results.
      Harmful incident : an incident that resulted in harm to a patient

    • 1) 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.

      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.

      2)Harm : generally refers to outcomes or results.

      Harmful incident : an incident that resulted in harm to a patient.

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      إيناس زكريا محمود احمد

      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
      completion through a planned or unplanned
      recovery.

      Harm Mean
      A Impairment of structure or function of the body
      B any deleterious effect arising there from.

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      ميادة سليمان محمد سليمان /2228

      1-Adverse event: event that result in unintended harm to the patient,,,,,, butNear miss: error of commission or omission that could have harmed the patient..

      2-Harm: impairment of structure or function of the body.

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      ريهام عبدالجواد أحمد سالمان

      Adverse event an ivent that result in unintended harm to patient by an act of commission and omission rather than by the underlying disease or condition of patient
      Near miss an error of commission and omission that could have harmed the patient but serious harm didnot occur and was prevented from completion through aplanned or unplanned recovery as result of chance eg.the patient received a contraindicated drug but didnot experienced an adverse drug reaction
      Harm means impairment of structure or function of the body may include injery, suffering, disability and death

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      جهاد محمد أحمد محمد / 2104

      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- a, Impairment of structure or function of the body and/or any deleterious effect arising there from. §Harm includes disease, injury, suffering, disability and death.
      b, generally refers to outcomes or results.

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      رحمه محمد فرماوي محمد 2131

      Impairment of structure or function of the body and/or any deleterious effect arising there from. §Harm includes disease, injury, suffering, disability and death.
      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/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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      منة عصام أحمد محمود 2218

      1. Adverse event: an incident which results in harm to 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.

      2. Harm means
      a/ Impairment of structure or function of the body
      and/or any deleterious effect arising there from.
      Harm includes disease, injury, suffering, disability and death .
      b/Harm” generally refers to outcomes or results

    • 1. Adverse event: an incident which results in harm to 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.

      2. Harm means
      Impairment of structure or function of the body
      and/or any deleterious effect arising there from.
      Harm includes disease, injury, suffering, disability and death .
      b/Harm” generally refers to outcomes or results

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      سماح حسن عبدالحفيظ السيد 2155

      Impairment of structure or function of the body and/or any deleterious effect arising there from. §Harm includes disease, injury, suffering, disability and death.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)

    • 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)
      * Prevention,(e.g., a potentially lethal
      overdose was prescribed, but a nurse
      identified the error before administering the
      medication) or
      * Mitigation (e.g., a lethal drug overdose was
      administered but discovered early and
      countered with an antidote).
      2_Harm mean
      a _an incident that resulted in harm to a patient.
      b_ Impairment of structure or function of the body
      and/or any deleterious effect arising there from.

    • 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- harm means structure or function disability with deleterious effect arise from them
      OR harm include injury , disease , disability and death

    • 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- harm means structure or function disability with deleterious effect arise from them
      OR harm include injury , disease , disability and death

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      عروب عبد الرحيم أحمد الفطافطة

      A-Difference between Adverse event and near miss :
      # 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)

      B-Harm means : Impairment of structure or function of the body and/or any deleterious effect arising there from. §Harm includes disease, injury, suffering, disability and death.

    • : Impairment of structure or function of the body and/or any deleterious effect arising there from. §Harm includes disease, injury, suffering, disability and deaf: 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 pat: 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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      2270هناء إبراهيم عبدالغني سالمان

      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-Harm is : 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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      أسماء فتح الله محمد الغريب ٢٠٢٦

      Adverse event:incident which results in harm to a patient and 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: event results in
      harm to a patient and 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
      Harm:Impairment of structure or function of the body
      Harm:any deleterious effect arising there from.

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      عبير رمضان احمد اسماعيل /2180

      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)
      And 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.

    • Adverse event is unanticipated, undesirable, or potentially dangerous occurrence in health care organization.
      near miss is any process variation that did not affect an outcome but for which a recurrence carriers a significant chance of serious adverse outcome, such a near miss falls within the scope of the definition of an adverse event.

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      Amira essam Abbas kishta2062

      Adverse event is an incident which result harm to patient by an act of commission or omission rather than underlying disease or condition of patient
      Near miss is an error of commission or omission that could have harmed patient but serios harm didn’t occur and was prevented from completion through planned or un planned recovery
      Harm is impairment of structure or function of the body or any deleterious effect arising there from

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      رحمة طارق محمود علي مرسي- 2128

      1- Adverse events: incident results in unintended harm to a patient by commission or emission ,this as sentinel events and this events causes prolonged stay in hospital or even death.
      Near miss : error of commission or emission that could have harmed the patient but serious harm didn’t occur as it was prevented from completion through planned or unplanned recovery.
      2 – a ) incident resulted in harm to a patient ,generally refers to out comes.
      b) impairment of structure or function of the body and any deleterious effect arising from.
      Harm includes disease, disability, death.

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      شروق ابراهيم ابو العباس خالد

      Impairment of structure or function of the body and/or any deleterious effect arising there from. §Harm includes disease, injury, suffering, disability and death.
      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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      ياسمين محمد احمد الششتاوي 2284

      1.advers event can result in serious harm, prolonged hospital stay or even death .
      Near miss isan error of omission or comission that could harm the patient but serious harm not occurred

      2.harm is an impairment of structure or function of the body and any deleterious effect arising there from

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      ريهام حمدي محمد بدوي 2139

      1- adverse event : is an incident which result in harm to the
      patient.
      near miss : an error of commission or omission that
      that could have harmed the patient , but
      was prevented from completion through
      planned or un planned recoveroy.
      2-harm means : a- impairment of body structure or function.
      b- any deleterious effect arisibg there from.

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      علياء عادل حسن عبدالحميد

      Adverse event: Event that result in unintended to the patient by act of commission or omission .
      Near miss: error of commission and omission that could have harmed the patient but harm didn’t occur .
      Harm:
      a- deliberate injury or damage to someone or something .
      b- generally refers to outcomes or results

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      فاطمة محمود الطاهر محمود 2200

      1-the difference between adverse event and near miss is that the near miss is error of commission or omission that could harmed the patient but adverse event is an event that results in unintended harm to the patient by an act of commission or omission rather than by underlying disease or condition of patient.
      Harm means:
      1-outcomes
      1-results

      • 1-the difference between adverse event and near miss is that the near miss is error of commission or omission that could harmed the patient but adverse event is an event that results in unintended harm to the patient by an act of commission or omission rather than by underlying disease or condition of patient.
        Harm means:
        1-outcomes
        1-results

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      اسماء شوقي حسن مرشدي/2022

      1:_adverse events:_
      is an incident that result in harm cause the patient.
      Near miss:_ an error of commission or omission that could have harmed the patient but could prevented from completed through planned or in planned recovery.
      Harm means
      a)impairment of body structure or function
      b)any deleterious effect arising there from

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      دعاء ابراهيم فرج الفقى

      1-adverse event :is an incident which result in un intended harm to patient near miss :an error of commission or omission that could have harmed the patient .but was prevented from completion through planned or un planned recovery. 2-harm means: a-impairment of body function or structure. b-any deleterious effect arising there from.

    • 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.
      This includes never events/sentinel event ,
      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)
      Prevention,(e.g., a potentially lethal
      overdose was prescribed, but a nurse
      identified the error before administering the
      medication) or
      Mitigation (e.g., a lethal drug overdose was
      administered but disovered early and
      countered
      with anti ddote.
      §armful incident (cause of AE): an incident that sulted 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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      رنا السيد عبد الغني موسى 2135

      1- Adverse events: incident results in unintended harm to a patient by commission or emission ,this as sentinel events and this events causes prolonged stay in hospital or even death.
      Near miss : error of commission or emission that could have harmed the patient but serious harm didn’t occur as it was prevented from completion through planned or unplanned recovery.
      2 – a ) incident resulted in harm to a patient ,generally refers to out comes.
      b) impairment of structure or function of the body and any deleterious effect arising from.
      Harm includes disease, disability, death.

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      إسراء السيد محمد الرفاعي 2005

      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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      علياء عادل زكي صالح /٢١٨٨

      1. Adverse event: an incident which results in harm to 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.

      2. Harm means
      a/ Impairment of structure or function of the body
      and/or any deleterious effect arising there from.
      Harm includes disease, injury, suffering, disability and death .
      b/Harm” generally refers to outcomes or results

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      نصرة محمود محمد عبد الحكيم /2243

      The first answer :
      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.
      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)
      The second answer:
      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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      ندى السيد فتحي محي الدين / 2237

      1_
      A) Adverse event means : an incident which result in harm to patient.
      = Harm had happened
      B) Near mass means : error of commission or omission that could have harmed patient but harm don’t occur
      2_
      Harm means impairment of structure or function of the body
      = It includes disease, injury, disability and death
      = It generally refers to outcomes or results.

    • 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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      أسماء حسن عبد الحليم عبد الرازق ID 2020

      1-
      Adverse events : it’s an event that resulted in harm to the patient as a result of the act of commission or omissions rather than the patient condition . Result in increase the period of hospital stay and may result in death.

      Near mass (error of commission or omissions that result in harm to the patient)
      Seriously harm didn’t occur by
      1-prevention
      2- mitigation
      3-chance

      2- Harm
      a-an incident that result in harm to patients
      b- impaired of the structure or the function of the body

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      دعاء إبراهيم فرج الفقى

      1-adverse event : an incident which result in harm to patient. near miss: error of commission it omissiom that could have harmed the patient , but was prevented from completion through planned or un planned recovery 2-harm mesns: a-impairment of body functions or structure. b-any deleterious effect arising there form

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      Omnia Mohammed Saleh Elmaalawy

      1)
      – adverse event: incident which results in harm to patients.
      – near miss: error of communication that could have harmed the patient, but not serious harm didn’t occur and was prevented from completion through planned or unplanned recovery.
      2) harm
      a – generally refers to outcomes or results.
      b – induces disease, injury, suffering, disability and death.

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      آلاء جمال أحمد كامل /2034

      Adverse event:anincident 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
      Harm:Impairment of structure or function of the body and/or any deleterious effect arising there from

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        آلاء جمال أحمد كامل /2034

        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 didnot occur
        Harm.Impairment of structure or function of the body and/or any deleterious effect arising there from.

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      خديجة محمد عبد الحميد محمد-2109

      1_ Adverse event means an incident which results in
      harm to patient .
      Near miss: means 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.
      2- Hearm means: 1-Impairment of structure or function of the body.
      2-Deleterious effect arising there from.

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      منى خالد أحمد سبع

      A near miss, “near hit”, “close call”, or “nearly a collision” is an unplanned event that has the potential to cause, but does not actually result in human injury, environmental or equipment damage, or an interruption to normal operation
      An adverse event is any undesirable experience associated with the use of a medical product in a patient

      Harm def:
      a. physical or mental damage : injury the amount of harm sustained by the boat during the storm.
      b. mischief, hurt I meant you no harm.

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      مى عادل محمد صقر/2227

      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.
      2-Harm:an incident that resulted in harm to a patient ، generally refers to outcomes or results.

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      ساره جمعه محمود السيد أحمد /2147

      1_Adverse event an incident which results in harm to a patient, an event that results in unitended harm to the patients by an act of commission or ommision rather than by the underlying desease or condition of the patients.

      2_Harm include disease :injury, suffering, disability, death, Harmful incident cause of AE an incident that resulted in harm to patients impairment of structure or function of the body or any deletrious effect arising there form.

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      فاطمة أحمد محمد بيومي/2191

      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.
      2Near Miss:An error of commission or omission that could have harmed the patient, but serious harm did not occur .
      2_Harm:
      a_deliberate injury or damage to some one or something.
      b_generally refer to outcomes or results.

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      سمية أحمد السيد حسين 2157

      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_harm :_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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      هدير أحمد سعيد طلبه / 2266

      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_harm :_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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      ندى صابر محمود احمد / 2238

      1-a-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.
      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)

      2-Harm means: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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      سلمى يحيى بدر طولان / 2154

      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) • Prevention, (e.g., a potentially lethal overdose was prescribed, but a nurse identified the error before administering the medication) or ” Mitigation (e.g., a lethal drug overdose was administered but discovered early and countered with an antidote).

      – Adverse Event
      • 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. – This includes never events/sentinel event, hospital-acquired conditions, events that required life-sustaining intervention, and events that caused prolonged hospital stays, permanent harm, or death.

      2) Harm :
      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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      Aya Adel sobhy

      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.
      -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-Harm means:-_Impairment of structure or function of the body .
      _any deleterious effect arising there from.

      Aya Adel sobhy 2078

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      سحر صلاح حمودة طه ٢١٥٠

      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,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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      سلمى السيد احمد عبدالله /2152

      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.
      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)
      3-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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        تشيتشي كيمالا ديوي محمد

        An adverse event (AE) is any untoward medical occurrence in a patient or clinical investigation subject administered a pharmaceutical product and which does not necessarily have a causal relationship with this treatment.
        near miss: “near hit”, “close call”, or “nearly a collision” is an unplanned event that has the potential to cause, but does not actually result in human injury, environmental or equipment damage, or an interruption to normal operation
        Harm : to cause hurt, injury, or damage to (someone or something) : to cause harm to (someone or something

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      ميرڤت محمد السيد عبدالحميد ٢٢٣٠

      ١-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)
      ٢-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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      إيمان محمد عبد العاطي علي 2090

      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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      خلود عبد الرحمن سليمان ٢٣٢٦

      Impairment of structure or function of the body and/or any deleterious effect arising there from. §Harm includes disease, injury, suffering, disability and death.

      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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      ايات حامد محمد محمود /2095

      Adverse event an incident which results in
      harm to a patient
      While near miss is 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
      *Harm :Impairment of structure or function of the body and/or any deleterious effect arising there from

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      عزه رضا عباس البيومي

      1_Adverse event results in unintended harm to the patient by an act of commission or omission
      Near Miss an un safe situation that is indistinguishable from an adverse event except for the out come
      a patient exposed to a hazardous situation but does not experience harm either by luck or early detection
      2_ Harm is impairment of structure or function of the body and any deleterious effect arising there from

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      خلود مدحت قرشى حفنى 2111

      a/adverse event :An incident which result in harm (unintended) to patient by act of commission or omission rather than by the underlying disease of the patient
      near miss: An error of commission or omission that could have harmed but the serious harm didn’t occur and was prevented
      b/harm:incident that resulted in harm to patient impairment of structure or function of the body

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      وداد هانى سمير /2277

      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- Harm mean :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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      شاهي عصام حسن محمد زكريا ٢١٦٤

      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-
      a- Impairment of structure or function of the body
      b-any deleterious effect arising there from. Harm includes disease, injury, suffering, disability and death.

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      أسماء أحمد رشاد فهيم /2018رقم الجلوس

      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) – Prevention, (e.g., a potentially lethal overdose was prescribed, but a nurse identified the error before administering the medication) or ” Mitigation (e.g., a lethal drug overdose was administered but discovered early and countered with an antidote).

      – Adverse Event –
      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. – This includes never events/sentinel event, hospital- acquired conditions, events that required life-sustaining intervention, and events that caused
      prolonged hospital stays, permanent harm, or death.

      2) Harm :
      Impairment of structure or function of the body and/or any deleterious effect arising there from. SHarm includes disease, injury, suffering, disability and death.

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      هناء احمد السيد غنيم /2271

      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- Harm mean :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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      تقوى فاروق الحاج بخيت /2337

      1.

      Advers event :

      an aincident which results in harm to a patient.
      Or an event that results in unintended harm to the patient by an act of commission or omission rather than 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 result of :

      -Chance : e.g the patient received a contraindicated drug but did not experience an adverse drug reaction.
      -Prevention : e.g a potentially lethal overdose was prescribed, but a nurse identified the error before administering the medication.
      -mitigation : e.g lethal drug overdose was administered but discovered early and counterd with an antidote.

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      روميصاء سعيد سيد عبد الحميد /2138

      ١- adverse event :any incident that lead to harm, loss or damage people in care, visitors or workers.
      Near miss :an event that could have caused harm, loss and damage but fortunately did not do so thisparticular occasion.
      2_ 1_ physical or mental damage:injury (the amount of harm sustained by the boat during the storm)
      2_ mischief, hurt (mean you no harm)

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      فاطمه محمد كمال ابو هاشم 2199

      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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      دارين محمد عثمان احمد عثمان 2113

      Adverse event: an incident result in harm to patient (un intended harm) 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 damage but serious harm didn’t occur and was prevented from completion through planned or unplanned recovery as result of chance _prevention_mitigation.
      Harm means:
      A_impairment of structure or function of the body.
      B_any deleterious effect arising ther from.

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      تقوى فاروق الحاج بخيت /2337

      1.

      Advers event :

      an aincident which results in harm to a patient.
      Or an event that results in unintended harm to the patient by an act of commission or omission rather than 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 result of :

      -Chance : e.g the patient received a contraindicated drug but did not experience an adverse drug reaction.
      -Prevention : e.g a potentially lethal overdose was prescribed, but a nurse identified the error before administering the medication.
      -mitigation : e.g lethal drug overdose was administered but discovered early and counterd with an antidote.
      2.
      Harm means:
      A. An incident that result in harm to a patient.
      B. Impairment of structure or function of the body and/or any deleterious effect arising there from.

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      فاطمه محمد كمال ابو هاشم

      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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      شروق السيد محمد مصطفى شعبان

      1_Adverse event: an incident which results in
      harm to a patient.
      Or 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
      This includes never events/sentinel event ,
      hospital-acquired conditions, events that
      required life-sustaining intervention, and
      events that caused prolonged hospital stays,
      permanent harm, or death.
      But NEAR MISS ISAn 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)
      Prevention,(e.g., a potentially lethal
      overdose was prescribed, but a nurse
      identified the error before administering the
      medication) orMitigation (e.g., a lethal drug overdose was
      administered but discovered early and
      countered with an antidote).
      2_Harmful incident :an incident that
      resulted in harm to a patient.
      OrImpairment 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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      سميه مصطفي محمد شاهين

      1-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. This includes never events/sentinel event , 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 -prevention- mitigation
      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-a-generally refers to outcomes or results
      b-includes disease,injury,suffering,disability and death.

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      شيماء أحمد محمد النحراوي/2171

      1_
      Adverse Event : Any incident that leads to harm, loss or damage to people in care, visitors or workers. This includes a degree of disruption to service due to environmental factors such as heavy snowfall, flood or gas leak.
      Near Miss : An event that could have caused harm, loss and damage, but fortunately did not do so on this particular occasion.
      2_
      A: physical or mental damage or injury
      B: mischief

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      ألاء شعيب السيد حامد 2038

      Adverse event : incident that result in unintended harm to patient through omission or commission
      Near miss : omission or commission that could cause damage to patient but was prevented through planned or unplanned recovery
      Harm : incident that result in harm, impairment of structure or function to patient
      A: out comes
      B: Result

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      ألاء شعيب السيد حامد 2038

      Adverse event : incident that result in unintended harm to patient through omission or commission
      Near miss : omission or commission that could cause damage to patient but was prevented through planned or unplanned recovery
      Harm : incident that result in harm, impairment of structure or function to patient
      A: out comes
      B: Result

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      سلمى فرج محمد احمد 2153

      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.

    • (1) An adverse event is defined by JCI as an unanticipated, undesirable, or potentially dangerous occurrence in a healthcare organisation, and a near miss is any process variation that did not affect an outcome but for which a recurrence carries a significant chance of a serious adverse outcome;
      (2) Harm is the damage to something which is caused by a particular course of action.
      Or
      physical injury, especially that which is deliberately inflicted.

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      Wafaa Gamal Ibrahim Metwally / 2278

      Adverse event : is an incident which result in harm to patient.
      Near miss : is an error of commission or omission that could have harmed the patient but serious harm didn’t occur.
      Harm :- is impairment of structure or function of the body and any deleterious effect arising there form.

    • 1-Adverse event:event that results in unintended harm to the patient by act of commission or omission
      Near miss : error of commission or omission that could have harmed the patient but harm didn’t occur
      2- Harm
      a- deliberate injury or damage to someone or something
      b- generally refer to outcomes or results

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      2076/ايه حمدان اسماعيل حسن

      Adverse event: an incident which results in harm to a patient.
      Near miss: An error of commission or omission that
      coul have harmed the patient, but serious
      harm did not occur and was prevented from
      completion through a planned or unplanned recovery.
      Harm:
      1-Impairment of structure or function of the body
      and or any deleterious effect arising there from.
      2-generally refers to outcomes or results

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      فاطمة عبدالناصر حسين ابراهيم

      Adverse event: 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
      completion through a planned or unplanned recovery.
      Harm mean:
      a_an incident that resulted in harm to a patient.
      b_ Impairment of structure or function of the body and/or any deleterious effect arising there from

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      Esmat Emad Reda

      1-adverse event event that result in unintended harm to the patient by act of commission or omission
      Near miss error of commission and omission that could have harmed the patient but harm didnt occur
      2- harm
      Deliberate injury or damage to someone or something
      B- generally refer to outcomes or results

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      فاطمه طارق محمد محمد

      1_adverse event:event that result in unintended harm to the patient by act of commission or omission
      near miss:error of commission and ommission that could have harmed the patient but harm didn’t occur.
      Harm :A_ deliberate injury or damage to some one or something .
      B_generally refer to out comes or results.

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      هاجر أحمد عبدالرازق علي

      1-adverse event:incident which results in harm to 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 planned or unplanned recovery
      2-Harm means
      Generally refers to:
      a-outcomes
      b-results

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      هبه صبري ابراهيم حسن

      Adverse effect :
      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

      a . Harmful incident : an incident that resulted in harm to a patient.
      b . Impairment of structure or function of the body
      and/or any deleterious effect arising there from

    • Answer of Question number 1
      Adverse effect :
      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
      Answer of Question number 2;
      a . Harmful incident : an incident that resulted in harm to a patient.
      b . Impairment of structure or function of the body
      and/or any deleterious effect arising there from

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      تسنيم رمضان جنيدى عبدالحميد

      1.adverse event :incident which resultes in harm to patient
      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 planed or an planed recovery
      2.harm means
      Generally reverse to :
      A.out comes
      B. Resultes

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      شهد جبر دياب الدربي| 310

      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,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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      ندى مجدي حسين شنب /2240

      1_Near miss: an error of commition and ommition that could have harmed the patients but serious harm didnot occur
      Adverse event : an incident which result in harm to a patient

      2_
      a_impairement of structure or function of the body
      b_deleterious effect arising there form

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      إسراء محمد السعدنى امين ٢٠١٣

      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.

    • 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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      ريهام

      Adverse event associated with a harm to the patient include the medical errors that cause predominant harm and even death to the patient like toke awrong dose of Medicine while near miss is the error that occur but doesnt cause harm to the patient or cause minimal harm like prescribe awrong Medicine but patient doesnt take it
      2_Harm
      A_its the any hazard that cause abnormal function of body
      B_anything that cause harm and disability even death

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      منة الله محسن شافعي توفيق /2215

      *difference between adverse event and near miss :
      _Adverse event: is the event that results in unintended harm to the patient by an act of commission or ommision rather than by the underlying disease or condition of the patient ( usually serious harm occur to the patient ) as ( hospital acquired conditions , events that required life sustaining intervention and events that cause prolonged hospital stays ,permanent harm , and death)
      _ near miss : it is 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 or unplanned recovery . As a result of ( chance – prevention – mitigation ) .
      * Harm means :
      a_ impairment of structure and function of the body and any deletrious effect arising there from .
      b_ it includes disease,injury,suffering,disability and death …it generally refers to outcomes or results .

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      عائشة مصطفى إبراهيم حسين عوض

      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)
      Harm meansImpairment 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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      شهندا إبراهيم كامل غريب

      1-adverse event means an incident that results in harm to patient this includes events that result in prolonged hospital stay, permanent harm or death
      Near miss:an error of commission that could have harmed the patient but serious harm didn’t occur this as a result of chance, prevention,mitigatation.
      2-imparment of structure or function of the body
      _harm includes injury, disease, disability and death, generally it means results or outcomes

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      شروق أشرف محمد عبد العزيز / 2167

      1) The difference between adverse event and Near Miss is that :
      – Adverse event: an incident which results in
      harm to a patient. An event hat 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 experiencean adverse drug reaction)
      2) harm means :
      – 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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      أميرة عبدالعال أحمد إبراهيم أبوحديد

      1)The difference between near miss and the adverse events is:
      -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
      Near Miss is free lesson
      -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)The definition of the harm:
      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”generallyreferstooutcomesorresults.

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      أميرة محمد محمود فهمي سليمان محمد قاسم

      1-adverse event:is an incident which result in harm to the patient
      Near miss : an error of commission or omissions that could have harmed the patient,but was prevented from compeletion by planned and un planned recovery.
      Harm means : a- impairment of body structure or function
      B-or any deletorious effect arising from

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      آلاء يحي أبوالفتوح أحمد / 2044

      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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      نهى طارق جودة مهدي

      Answer of Q1:
      Near Miss is an error of commission or omission that could have harmed the patient, but serious harm did not occur, un like the adverse event which results in harm to a patient.

      Answer of Q2:
      a- Impairment of structure or function of the body.
      b- Any deleterious effect arising these impairment.

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      يمنه محمد شحاته محمد

      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.
      ✓- Impairment of structure or function of the body and/or any deleterious effect arising there from. ✓Harm includes disease, injury, suffering, disability and death.
      3- 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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      أبرار فوزي عبد الحميد الدسوقي سعفان 2002

      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) – Prevention, (e.g., a potentially lethal overdose was prescribed, but a nurse identified the error before administering the medication) or ” Mitigation (e.g., a lethal drug overdose was administered but discovered early and countered with an antidote). – Adverse Event – 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. – This includes never events/sentinel event, hospital- acquired conditions, events that required life-sustaining intervention, and events that caused prolonged hospital stays, permanent harm, or death. 2) Harm :
      Impairment of structure or function of the body and/or any deleterious effect arising there from. SHarm includes disease, injury, suffering, disability and death.

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      جيهان سعيد عبد الرازق عبد اللطيف. ٢١٠٥

      Adverse event is incident which result in unintented harm to the patients by act as comission and omission rather than by underlying disease, but near miss is an error of comission or omission that have harmed the patients but serious harm not occur.
      Type of harm:
      1-harm incident.
      2-harm that causes disease.
      3-impairment of structure or function of the body.

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      إيمان فتحي محمد إبراهيم

      Answer1:
      Adverse event: an incident which results in
      harm to a patient.
      Or 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 mess: 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.

      Answer2:
      Harm is:
      A- an incident that resulted in harm to a patient.
      B- Impairment of structure or function of the body and/or any deleterious effect arising there from.

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      إيمان فتحي محمد إبراهيم/2088

      Answer1:
      Adverse event: an incident which results in
      harm to a patient.
      Or 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 mess: 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.

      Answer2:
      Harm is:
      A- an incident that resulted in harm to a patient.
      B- Impairment of structure or function of the body and/or any deleterious effect arising there from.

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      عزه عزت فهمى الجرف _2182

      1_Impairment of structure or function of the body and/or any deleterious effect arising there from. §Harm includes disease, injury, suffering, disability and death.
      2.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.
      3-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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      2092/ايمان عبدالفتاح حموده محمد

      1.Adverse event: an incident which results 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.
      2.mass An error of commission oromission 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 acontraindicated drug but did not experience
      an adverse drug reaction)

      *harm means
      Harm includes disease, injury, suffering, disability and
      death.
      Harm generally refers to outcomes or results.

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      أميره كرم الله عبد المنعم الجمل /2063

      1-Adverse event is 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, but “Near mess” is 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 or Mitigation.
      2- Harm means:
      a- Impairment of structure or function of the body .
      b- any deleterious effect arising there from.

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      نوران سعد عبدالمحسن/2248

      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,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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      هند طه عبدالحكيم محمد عبدالواحد /2275

      1-Adverse event: an incident which results in
      harm to a patient.
      * 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.
      2-harm means: 1-Impairment of the structure or function of the body
      2-any deleterious effect arising there from.

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      2213منة الله عاطف عبدالله حوام

      1_
      Adverse event: an incident which results in
      harm to a patient.
      Ner 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.
      2_
      B_Harmful incident (cause of AE): an incident that
      resulted in harm to a patient.
      A_Impairment of structure or function of the body
      and/or any deleterious effect arising there from

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      آلاء يوسف احمد عبد العال /2324

      A-Difference between Adverse event and near miss :
      # 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)

      B-Harm means : 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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      آلاء محمد عبدالله البراوى/ 2042

      Adverse event:
      an incident which results in harm to a patient and results in unintended harm to the patient by an act of commission or omission.

      Near miss:
      An error of commission or omission that could have harmed the patient but no harm occurred due to: e.g: chance.

      Harm is:
      1) Impairment of structure or function of the body
      2) any deleterious effect arising from the body

    • Difference between adverse event & near miss :
      Adverse event are unintended incidents which actually result in harm to patients by an act of commission or omission.
      Near miss error of commission or omission that could have harmed the Ptn but didn’t occur & was prevented from completion.
      Harm is :
      a. Impairment of structure or function of the body & any deleterious effect arrising from.
      b. Harm includes injury, suffering, disability & death.

    • 1- adverse event : an incident which results in harm to a patient . It include never events , sentenial events ,hospital aquired condition .
      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 or un planned recovery
      2- harm : an incident that results in harm to the patient . Impairment of structure or function of the body . Referes to outcomes and results . It include disease ,death, injury , disability

    • Impairment of structure or function of the body and/or any deleterious effect arising there from. §Harm includes disease, injury, suffering, disability and 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)
      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.
      harm to the patient by an act of commission or omission rather than by the underlying disease or
      Harm isImpairment 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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      سماح محمود عبد الوهاب أحمد 2156

      1- adverse event :an event that result in unintended harm to the patient by act of commission or omission rather than by underlying disease or condition of the patient. this iclude never event/sentinal event permenant harm or death
      -neer miss :an error of commission or omission that could have harmed the patient but serious harm not occur and was prevented through planned and unplanned recovery. neer miss occur with greater frequency than event and rich source of information
      2-Harm: 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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      منةالله عبد الباسط محمد داود

      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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        منةالله عبد الباسط محمد داود

        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 error,
        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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      الزهراء خالد السيد المهدي // 2046

      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, Harmful incident (cause of AE): an incident that resulted in harm to a patient.

      Harm means 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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      فاطمة علي أبو العنين محمد النجار /2202

      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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      أروى خالد محمد محمود/2003

      1_Difference between adverse events and near mass :
      Adverse event: an incident which results in harm to a patient.
      Mass error: 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.

      2_Harm is :
      A- an incident that resulted in harm to a patient.
      B- Impairment of structure or function of the body

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      آيه البلتاجي عبد الستار حمزه

      A-Difference between Adverse event and near miss :
      -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)

      B-Harm means : 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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      منى محمد محمد حامد /2223

      An adverse event is a patient safety event that resulted in harm to a patient. A no-harm event is a patient safety event that reaches the patient but does not cause harm. A near miss (or “close call” or “good catch”) is a patient safety event that did not reach the patient
      Harm is physical injury to a person or an animal which is usually caused on purpose.
      All dogs are capable of doing harm to human beings

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      2009/ إسراء عطية علي عطية سليم

      1- a: 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)
      b: 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.

    • 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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      سلمى فرج محمد احمد 2153

      1-Impairment of structure or function of the body and/or any deleterious effect arising there from. §Harm includes disease, injury, suffering, disability and death.
      2-*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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      منى سالم إسماعيل مصطفى 2220

      Harm :Impairment of structure or function of the body and/or any deleterious effect arising there from. Harm includes disease, injury, suffering, disability and death.
      -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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      أولياء رحمة محمد سيف

      1. adverse event : is an incident which results in harm to a patient
      near miss : is error of commission that could have harmed the patient but serious harm didn’t occur.

      2-
      a- harm is the impairment of structure or function of the body.
      b- harm is physical or mental damage or injury.

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      أولياء رحمة محمد سيف/2298

      1. adverrse event : is an incident which results in harm to a patient
      near miss : is error of commission that could have harmed the patient but serious harm didn’t occur.

      2-
      a- harm is the impairment of structure or function of the body.
      b- harm is physical or mental damage or injury.

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      كانيس لينتانج كانديني/ ٢٢٩٤

      1. Adverse event: An incident which result in harm to patient by an act of commission or ommission rather than bh underlying disease. It include diagnosis and treatment, failure to diagnose or treat and systems and equipment used to deliver care
      Near miss: Is an unplanned event that has the potential to cause, but does not actually result in human injury, environmental or equipment damage, or an interruption to normal operation.

      2. Harm: Is adverse outcome or impact

    • -Adverse event: an event that can cause untoward harmness to the patient, preventeble or non-preventeble, as result of commission or omissions of medical care.
      -Near miss: error that may cause harmness to the patient,but no serious harm occurs to patient and was prevented by recovery
      – harm:
      a. impairment of body structure/function
      b. Include physical or mental injury

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      Aulia arifa kurniadira

      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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      Amartya Nadienil Millah

      1. A. Adverse event is any untoward medical occurrence in a patient or clinical investigation subject administered a pharmaceutical product and which does not necessarily have a causal relationship with this treatment.
      B. A near miss, “near hit”, “close call”, or “nearly a collision” is an unplanned event that has the potential to cause, but does not actually result in human injury, environmental or equipment damage, or an interruption to normal operation.
      2. Harm : Harmful incident (cause of AE): an incident that
      resulted in harm to a patient. Harm is 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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      Amartya Nadienil Millah

      1. A. Adverse event is any untoward medical occurrence in a patient or clinical investigation subject administered a pharmaceutical product and which does not necessarily have a causal relationship with this treatment.
      B. A near miss, “near hit”, “close call”, or “nearly a collision” is an unplanned event that has the potential to cause, but does not actually result in human injury, environmental or equipment damage, or an interruption to normal operation.
      2. Harm : Harmful incident (cause of AE): an incident that
      resulted in harm to a patient.

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      حيفأ كيتا رزقياني

      1. -Adverse event is an incident which results on harm to a patient.
      -Near Miss is an error of commision or omission that could have harmed the patient.

      2.Harm is an incident that resulted in harm to a patient,generally refers to outcomes or results,it includes disease,injury,suffering,disability,and death

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      /2008 / اسراء عبد اللطيف عبد اللطيف سويدان

      -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.

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      2293 خير النساء عزتي

      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:
      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

      Harm
      A- deliberate injury or damage to someone or something.

      B- generally refer to outcomes or results.

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      ديندا شفاء فردوس توتو 2305

      Adverse event: incident causes harm to the patient, including never events, hospital acquired condition, events cause prolonged hospital stay, permanent harm or even death.
      Near miss: error could have harmful the patient, but didn’t occur by chance, prevention or mitigation.
      Definition of harm: impairment of structure or function of the body.
      Or incident causes harm to the patient.

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      إيمان عادل عبده عبد المجيد العتيقى

      ١-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.
      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
      Harm means:-
      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.

    • 1-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.

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      إسراء محمد محمد إبراهيم صالح 2012

      1-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.

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      إيمان عادل عبده عبد المجيد العتيقى

      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

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      نادين محمد بكر مصطفى

      1. Adverse event: an incident which results in harm to 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.

      2. Harm means
      a/ Impairment of structure or function of the body
      and/or any deleterious effect arising there from.
      Harm includes disease, injury, suffering, disability and death .
      b/Harm” generally refers to outcomes or results

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      ضحى مسعد مصطفى ابو العلا 2177

      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.
      But 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.
      2 Harm means:
      a-an incident that
      resulted in harm to a patient.
      b-Impairment of structure or function of the body
      and/or any deleterious effect arising there from.

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      نورهان همام مصطفى الشاذلي 2252

      1-adverse event: event that result in unintended harm to the patient by act of commission or omission.
      Near miss:error of commission and omission that could have harmed the patient but harm didnt occur.
      2-Harm :
      a-deliberate injury or damage to someone or something
      B-generally refer to outcomes or results

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      إيمان ماهر فرج 2089

      1_Adverse event/An event that result in unintended harm to the patient by an act of commission and omission rather than by the underlying disease or condition the patient.
      2_ Harm mean
      A/Physical and mental damage
      B/Hurt and imparied function and stracture part in the body

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      إسراء مصطفى عبد العظيم محمد

      Adverse event :event that result in unintended harm to the patient by an act of commission or omission but doesn’t related to under lying disease or cond of patient
      Near event miss *error of commission and omission that could have harmed the patient but harm didn’t occure
      2_Harm dele berate injury or damage to some one or some thing
      *generally refers to out comes or results

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      أميرة محمد محمود فهمي سليمان محمد قاسم

      First question
      1-adverse event :accident which lead to harm to a patient
      2-near miss: an error of commission or omissions that could have harmed the patient but serious damage didn’t occur and was prevented by planned and un planned action
      Second question
      Harm means: impairment of structure or function of the body or any deletorious effect arising there from
      Harm generally means outcomes or result

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      هاجر معاذ عبد المحسن فهمي

      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.
      Impairment of structure or function of the body and/or any deleterious effect arising there from. §Harm includes disease, injury, suffering, disability and 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)

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      مريم على سيد محمد/ ٢٢٠٩

      the difference between adverse event and near miss:
      -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 planned or unplanned recovery .
      Harm mean
      1- impairment of structure or function of the body
      2-any deleterious effect arising there from

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      رحمة محمد عبداللطيف خضري

      A) 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 :*prevention: prescribed a wrong drug but the nurse stopped it just before the administration
      B) Impairment of structure or function of the body and/or any deleterious effect arising there from.

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      اسماء محمد حسن

      Impairment of structure or function of the body and/or any deleterious effect arising there from. §Harm includes disease, injury, suffering, disability and death.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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      ءالآء خالد سلامة/2036

      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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      فاطمة محمود الطاهر محمود 2200

      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)
      And :

    • A) 1-Advers event: an incident which causes
      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.

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      إيمان عادل عبده عبد المجيد العتيقى 2087

      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

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      فاطمة محمود الطاهر محمود 2200

      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)
      And :harm mean.
      refer to result or out come that accinaly make harm to patient.

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      أميرة محمد فهمى عمارة

      Adverse event: incident causes harm to the patient, including never events, hospital acquired condition, events cause prolonged hospital stay, permanent harm or even death.
      Near miss: error could have harmful the patient, but didn’t occur by chance, prevention or mitigation.
      Definition of harm: impairment of structure or function of the body.
      Or incident causes harm to the patient.

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      دينا فايق عبد الحميد

      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.
      Impairment of structure or function of the body and/or any deleterious effect arising there from. §Harm includes disease, injury, suffering, disability and 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)

    • A)
      1-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

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      اسماء محمد حسن محمد2027

      Impairment of structure or function of the body and/or any deleterious effect arising there from. §Harm includes disease, injury, suffering, disability and death
      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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      سارة احمد احمد مندور ابو سعدة

      1- *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.

      *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)
      -Prevention,(e.g., a potentially lethal
      overdose was prescribed, but a nurse
      identified the error before administering the medication) or
      – Mitigation (e.g., a lethal drug overdose was administered but discovered early and
      countered with an antidote).
      ————————————
      2-Harm:
      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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      دينا فايق عبد الحميد

      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.
      Harm ..; Impairment of structure or function of the body and/or any deleterious effect arising there from. §Harm includes disease, injury, suffering, disability and 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)

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      ياسمين شعبان محمد السيد على2282

      1/Adverse event:- An event, preventable or nonpreventable, that caused harm to a patient as a result of medical care. This includes never 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 incident where no property was damaged and no personal injury was sustained, but where given a slight shift in time or position damage and/or injury easily could have occurred.

      3/Harm:-impairment of physical or mental health (including that suffered from seeing or hearing another person suffer ill treatment.

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      هاجر حاتم فتحي العسيلي

      Adverse event: incident causes harm to the patient, including never events, hospital acquired condition, events cause prolonged hospital stay, permanent harm or even death.
      Near miss: error could have harmful the patient, but didn’t occur by chance, prevention or mitigation.
      Definition of harm: impairment of structure or function of the body.
      Or incident causes harm to the patient.

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      دعاء سغيد محمود عبد الوهاب 2102

      1 adverse event an event that result in unintended harm to the patient by an act of commission or omission rather than by the underlying disease or condition of disease While near miss an error of commission or omission that could have harm to patient but serious harm did not occur and was prevented from complications through a planned or unplanned recovery as a result of chance e.g. the patient a contraindicated drug but did not experience an adverse drug reaction
      2 harm is 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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      واحدة المحرمة بنت سينكيه /2323

      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.

    • (1)adverse event :is an unintended harm result in 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 comletion.
      (2)harm mean :_impairment of structure or function of the body and
      any deletrious effect arising from this impairment.

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      صفاء منسي محمد لبيب 2176

      1_=Adverse Event
      / This includes never events/sentinel event ,
      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

      2 _ harm =mpairment of structure or function of the body
      and/or any deleterious effect arising there from.

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      ديندا شفاء فردوس توتو 2305

      Adverse event: An event, preventable or nonpreventable, that caused harm to a patient as a result of medical care
      Near miss: A near miss is an unintentional incident that could have caused damage, injury or death but was narrowly avoided
      Definition of harm: Anything that impairs or adversely affects the safety of patients in clinical care, drug therapy, research investigations, or public health

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      هاجر التجاني حسن

      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.
      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)
      3 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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      تشيتشي كيمالا ديوي محمد

      Adverse event : adverse event is any untoward medical occurrence in a patient or clinical investigation subject administered a pharmaceutical product and which does not necessarily have a causal relationship with this treatment
      Near miss : near hit”, “close call”, or “nearly a collision” is an unplanned event that has the potential to cause, but does not actually result in human injury, environmental or equipment damage, or an interruption to normal operation
      Harm :to cause hurt, injury, or damage to (someone or something) : to cause harm to (someone or something

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      إيمان عادل عبده عبد المجيد العتيقى 2087

      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 ،

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      إسراء سمير عبد الفتاح الخولي

      1- adverse events : An event that resulted in unintended harm to the patient by an act 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 didn’t occur and was prevented from completion through planned or unplanned recovery as a result of chance ,e.g the patient received a contraindicated drug but didn’t experience an adverse drug reaction.
      2- Impair ment of structure or function of the body and/or deleterious effect arising from harm include disease, injury, suffering, disability and death.

    • 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-(a) Impairment of structure or function of the body and/or any deleterious effect arising there from. §Harm includes disease, injury, suffering, disability and death.
      (b) generally refer to outcomes or results

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      أفنان محمد قنديل السيد 2031

      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
      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.

      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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      إيمان عادل عبده عبد المجيد العتيقى 2087

      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….. ،

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      شروق احمد صبري محمد 2166

      1_Differences
      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 محمد قنديل السيد 2031

      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)

      Impairment of structure or function of the body and/or any deleterious effect arising there from. §Harm includes disease, injury, suffering, disability and death.

    • 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-(a) Impairment of structure or function of the body and/or any deleterious effect arising there from. §Harm includes disease, injury, suffering, disability and death.
      (b) generally refer to outcomes or results

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      shimaa hamdy shaker Ali. 2172

      first question
      Adverse Event
      / This includes never events/sentinel event ,
      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

      second question
      Impairment of structure or function of the body
      and/or any deleterious effect arising there from.

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      Esraa El hariry

      إسراء محمد علي الحريري
      2011
      1/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

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

    • 1.Adverse Event
      / This includes never events/sentinel event ,
      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

      Second quistion:
      Impairment of structure or function of the body
      and/or any deleterious effect arising there from.

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      فاطمة محمود الطاهر محمود 2200

      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

    • 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).

      Harm means :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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      ايمان صلاح عبدالعال عبدالمجيد

      ايمان صلاح عبدالعال عبدالمجيد 2341
      (A)
      1-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
      (B)
      Harm means:
      Harmful incident : an incident that
      resulted in harm to a patient

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      مريم احمد ابواليزيد علم الدين /2206

      1..Impairment of structure or function of the body and/or any deleterious effect arising there from. §Harm includes disease, injury, suffering, disability and death.
      2..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.
      3..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).

    • 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

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      أميرة محمود محمد احمد /2067

      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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      هاجر السيد محمود عبد الرحيم مهران

      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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      Sitara Imtiaza

      1. Adverse event is defined is unanticipated, undesirable, or potentially dangerous occurrence in a healthcare organisation, and a near miss is any process variation that did not affect an outcome but for which a recurrence carries a significant chance of a serious adverse outcome; such a “near miss” falls within the scope of the definition of an adverse event.

      2. The meaning of harm is physical or mental damage or injury : something that causes someone or something to be hurt, broken, made less valuable or successful, etc

    • 1. Adverse event is defined is unanticipated, undesirable, or potentially dangerous occurrence in a healthcare organisation, and a near miss is any process variation that did not affect an outcome but for which a recurrence carries a significant chance of a serious adverse outcome; such a “near miss” falls within the scope of the definition of an adverse event.

      2. The meaning of harm is physical or mental damage or injury : something that causes someone or something to be hurt, broken, made less valuable or successful, etc

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      إيمان عادل عبده عبد المجيد العتيقى 2087

      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

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      Alaa mostafa said naeem/2043

      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.
      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)

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      آلاء مصطفى سعيد نعيم/2043

      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

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      Eman Adel Abdo Abdelmageed Elateky

      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

    • 1-Adverse event : an incident which results in harm to a patient ,including never events ,hospital acquired condition
      _Near miss: is an error of commission that could have harmed the patient ,but serios harm did not occure and was prevented from completion through a planned or unplanned recovery . As a result of chance , prevention and mitigation.
      2-Harm means
      a-deliberate injury or damage to someone or something .
      b-generally refer to outcomes or results.

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      نور أحمد محمد الشاعر 2245

      Impairment of structure or function of the body and/or any deleterious effect arising there from. §Harm includes disease, injury, suffering, disability and 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)

      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.

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      Sondos Hany Farouq Atia 2161

      Answer for Q1
      An adverse event is defined by as an unanticipated, undesirable, or potentially dangerous occurrence in a healthcare organisation, and a near miss is any process variation that did not affect an outcome but for which a recurrence carries a significant chance of a serious adverse outcome; such a “near miss” falls within the scope of the definition of an adverse event.
      Answer for Q2
      To harm a person or animal means to cause them physical injury, usually on purpose.
      So “harm” include:
      1: physical or mental damage.
      2: MISCHIEF, HURT.

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      ياسمين سعيد عبدالحميد أحمد

      Differnce beteen adverse event & near miss:
      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)

      Harm means :
      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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      Sari Mustika Wijayanti

      1. •An adverse event is an incident that results in harm to the patient. Adverse events commonly experienced in hospitals by patients over 70 include falls, medication errors, malnutrition, incontinence, and hospital-acquired pressure injuries and infections.
      •Near-miss events are errors that occur in the process of providing medical care that are detected and corrected before a patient is harmed.
      2. Harm mean
      a. physical or mental damage or injury, especially that which is deliberately inflicted.
      b. The impairment of physical or mental health (including that suffered from seeing or hearing another person suffer ill treatment).

    • An adverse event is defined by JCI as an unanticipated, undesirable, or potentially dangerous occurrence in a healthcare organisation, and a near miss is any process variation that did not affect an outcome but for which a recurrence carries a significant chance of a serious adverse outcome.
      Harm means:
      Physical or mental.

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      نور ايكماحسنة

      1. Adverse event= 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 mitigation

      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.

    • First question:
      An adverse event is defined by JCI as an unanticipated, undesirable, or potentially dangerous occurrence in a healthcare organisation,
      and a near miss is any process variation that did not affect an outcome but for which a recurrence carries a significant chance of a serious adverse outcome
      Second question
      Harm mean
      1- impairment of structure or function of the body
      2-any deleterious effect arising there from

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      آلاء عادل طه عبد الواحد عبد العال الشمخ 2039

      (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.
      (2)
      Harm means:
      a-Impairment of structure or function of the body and any deleterious effect arising there from.
      b-Impairment of structure or function of the body or any deleterious effect arising there from.

    • (1)adverse event :is an unintended harm result in 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 comletion.
      (2)harm mean :_impairment of structure or function of the body and any deletrious effect arising from this impairment.

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      Manar Mouse Mohammed

      Adverse event: incident causes harm to the patient, including never events, hospital acquired condition, events cause prolonged hospital stay, permanent harm or even death.
      Near miss: error could have harmful the patient, but didn’t occur by chance, prevention or mitigation.
      Definition of harm: impairment of structure or function of the body.
      Or incident causes harm to the patient.

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      الاء فتح الله السيد قنديل /2041

      A)
      1-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.

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      الاء جمال السيد عبدالغني 2035

      (A)
      1-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.

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      زور ايكما حسنة بنت عامة سرمان

      1.
      A. Adverse event : is an event that results in unintended harm to the patient by an act of commission or omission but doesn’t related to the underlying disease or condition of the patient.(cause harm to patient )
      B. Near event :is 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. ( no serious harm)
      2.
      Harm means: impairment of structure and function of the body.

    • 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.
      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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      ميمونه حسن سليمان

      A. Adverse event an incident which result in harm to patient
      An event that results unintended harm to patient
      This include never events sentinel event
      Hospital acquired conditions

      Near miss: an error of commission or ommition that could have harmed the patient but serious harm do not occur and was prevented from completion through planed or unplanned recovery result of chance prevention and mitigation

      B : harm means: harm full incidence that result in harm to patient harm includes.
      Disease. Injury. Disability and death
      Harm generally refers to outcomes or result.

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      ميمونه حسن سليمان 2331

      1-adverse event: event that result in unintended harm to the patient by act of commission or omission.
      Near miss:error of commission and omission that could have harmed the patient but harm didnt occur.
      2-Harm :
      a-deliberate injury or damage to someone or something
      B-generally refer to outcomes or results

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      مائشة عبدالرحيم

      A) Difference between adverse event and near miss:
      An adverse event is an unanticipated, undesirable, or potentially dangerous occurrence in a healthcare organisation, and a near miss is any process variation that did not affect an outcome but for which a recurrence carries a significant chance of a serious adverse outcome; such a “near miss” falls within the scope of the definition of an adverse event.
      B) Harm means: physical or mental damage or injury : something that causes someone or something to be hurt, broken, made less valuable or successful.

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      Mariyam maasha abdulla

      1.
      a) An adverse event is an incident that results in harm to the patient. Adverse events commonly experienced in hospitals by patients over 70 include falls, medication errors, malnutrition, incontinence, and hospital-acquired pressure injuries and infections.
      b) Near-miss events are errors that occur in the process of providing medical care that are detected and corrected before a patient is harmed.
      2. Harm: 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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      Youmna Ibrahim Mohammed sallam

      1-Adverse event:an incident that result in harm to patient/an event that result in unintended harm to patient by an act of commission or omission rather than by underlying disease or condition of patient.
      _Near miss:an error of commission or omission that could have harmed to patient but serious harm didn’t occur and was prevented from completion through planned or unplanned recovery.
      2_Harm mean:impairment of structure or function of the body and any deleterious effect arising there from.
      _Harm include disease, injury, suffering, disability and death.

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      اسراء محمد صابر محمد /2018

      Adverse Event
       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.
      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.

      Harm
       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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      Nora Abdelhady Ahmed Hussein

      1- what is difference between adverse event and near miss
      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 didn’t occur and was prevented from completion through a planned or unplanned recovery.

      2- Harm means:
      a) An incident that resulted in harm to a patient.​
      b) Impairment of structure or function of the body.

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      إنجى جلال مجدى عبدالقادر 2112

      1-Adverse event:An incident which results in harm to patient
      -Near miss :An error of commission or omission that could harmed the patient but serious harm didn’t occur and was prevented from completion through planned or unplanned recovery
      2-Harmful incident :an incident that result in harm to patient
      It could be
      -Impairment of structure and function of body and deleterious result from them
      -Generally refers to out comes or result

    • Adverse event.undesirable dangrious in health care Near miss.anyprocess variation that didnot affectingout come but for whichrecurrence2.patient .medical staff

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      2372نهاد لملوم محمد محمد القصبي

      Q1
      AdverseEvent:
      An event that reslut in unintended harm to the patient by an act of commission or omission rather than by the underlying disease or condition of the patient (an incident which results in harm to a patient)
      . This includes never events/sentinel event,hospital-acquired conditions.
      Near Miss
      An error of commission or omission that could have harmed the patient, but serious harm didnot occur and was Prevented from completion through a planned or unplanned recovery.As a result of: Chance, Prevention and Mitigationn
      Q2
      Harm means:
      Harmful incident : an incident that resulted in harm to a patient OR Impairment of structure or function of the body and/or any deleterious effect arising there from.
      Harm includes : disease,injury, disability and death.
      Harm generally refers to : outcomes or results

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      نسرين السيد عبد الدايم ابوقرش

      1-Advers event :an incidence which resulted in harm to patient .
      Or It means that unintended harm to the patient by an act of commission or omissions rather than understanding conditions to the patient.
      _Near miss:error of commission or omissions that could have harmed the patient but serious effect can’t occur and prevented by :
      1-chance
      2_prevention
      3-metigation

      Answer questions 2,
      Harm incidant is incidant that resulted in harm to the patient
      Or any deleterios effect arising there from
      Or harm include disease ,injury ,suffering , disability and death.

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      Aya Hanfy Eide Bayoumi

      آية حنفي عيد بيومي2118
      Answer 1
      1-Advers event: an incident that results in
      harm to a patient. including never events, hospital acquired condition, events cause prolonged hospital stay, permanent harm or even 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, Prevention and Mitigationn

      Answer 2
      2-Harm means:
      A- Harmful incident : an incident that resulted in harm to a patient.
      Impairment of structure or function of the body and any deleterious effect arising there from.
      Harm includes disease, injury, suffering, disability and death.
      B-“Harm” generally refers to outcomes or results.

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      Aya Hanfy Eide Bayoumi

      آية حنفي عيد بيومي2118
      Answer 1️⃣
      1-Advers event: an incident that results in
      harm to a patient. including never events, hospital acquired condition, events cause prolonged hospital stay, permanent harm or even 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, Prevention and Mitigationn
      Answer 2️⃣
      2-Harm means:
      A- Harmful incident : an incident that resulted in harm to a patient.
      Impairment of structure or function of the body
      Harm includes disease, injury, suffering, disability and death.
      B-“Harm” generally refers to outcomes or results.

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      آية حنفي عيد بيومي2118

      Answer 1️⃣
      1-Advers event: an incident that results in
      harm to a patient. including never events, hospital acquired condition, events cause prolonged hospital stay, permanent harm or even 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, Prevention and Mitigationn

      Answer 2️⃣
      2-Harm means:
      A- Harmful incident : an incident that resulted in harm to a patient.
      Impairment of structure or function of the body and any deleterious effect arising there from.
      Harm includes disease, injury, suffering, disability and death.
      B-“Harm” generally refers to outcomes or results.

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      دعاء حسن ابراهيم محمد

      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

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      ريهام محمد عوض محمود حسين 2216

      Answer question 1
      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
      This includes never events/sentinel event ,
      hospital-acquired conditions, events that
      required life-sustaining intervention, and
      events that caused prolonged hospital stays,
      permanent harm, or death.
      P 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)
      Prevention,(e.g., a potentially lethal
      overdose was prescribed, but a nurse
      identified the error before administering the
      medication) or
      Mitigation (e.g., a lethal drug overdose was
      administered but discovered early and
      countered with an antidote).

      Answer question 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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      2240سارة منصور ابراهيم السيد

      Adverse event: harm occurs to the patient.
      Near miss: an error in the communication that may cause harm to the patient and may not.
      Harm means:
      Hurt, suffering, physical and mental damage.

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      2469الاء تحسين حمدي جندية

      *adverse event: event that result in unintended harm to the patient by act of commission or omission.
      *Near miss:error of commission and omission that could have harmed the patient but harm did not occur.
      *Harm
      – injury or damage to someone or something
      – refer to outcomes or results

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      2472 / بيان محمد أحمد حموده

      1) Adverse event: event that results in unintended harm to the patient by an act of comission or omission rather than by the underlying disease or condition of the patient .
      2) Near miss: error of commission or omission that could have harmed the patient but serious harm didn’t occur and was prevented from completion through planned or unplanned recovery.
      3) Harm :
      a) an incident that result in harm to a patient
      b) impairment of structure or function of the body and /or any deleterious effect arising there from.

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      2469الاء تحسين حمدي جندية

      *adverse event: event that result in unintended harm to the patient by act of commission or omission.
      *Near miss:error of commission and omission that could have harmed the patient but harm didnt occur.
      *Harm
      – injury or damage to someone or something
      – refer to outcomes or results

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      فاطمة أحمد عبد العزيز عبد العظيم 2291

      Answer question 1
      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
      This includes never events/sentinel event ,
      hospital-acquired conditions, events that
      required life-sustaining intervention, and
      events that caused prolonged hospital stays,
      permanent harm, or death.
      P 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)
      Prevention,(e.g., a potentially lethal
      overdose was prescribed, but a nurse
      identified the error before administering the
      medication) or
      Mitigation (e.g., a lethal drug overdose was
      administered but discovered early and
      countered with an antidote).

      Answer question 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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      فاطمة أحمد عبد العزيز عبد العظيم 2291

      1-Adverse event : Event that result in unintended harm to the patient by act of commission or omission .
      2-Near miss : error of commission and omission that could have harmed the patient but harm didn’t occur.
      3-Harm :
      deliberate injury or damage to someone or something or generally refer to outcomes or results.

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      إيمان محمد كمال أحمد 2148

      1/ difference
      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.

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

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      نغم ماهر محمدمحمد

      1-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.

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      نغم ماهر محمدمحمد

      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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      نغم ماهر محمد محمد

      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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      eman ahmad fathy eldesouky 2131ايمان أحمد فتحي الدسوقي

      *Adverse events: an incident which results in harm to patient by an act of commission or omission rather than by the underlying disease or cindition 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 , prevention or mitigation
      * Harm : an incident that result in harm to a patient , and include disease , injury , suffering , disability and death
      harm generally refers to outcomes or results

    • Impairment of structure or function of the body and/or any deleterious effect arising there from. §Harm includes disease, injury, suffering, disability and death.
      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)

    • Impairment of structure or function of the body and/or any deleterious effect arising there from. §Harm includes disease, injury, suffering, disability and death.
      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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      فاطمه سعد صلاح محمود 2299

      1-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

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      إيلاف محمد توفيق محمد الشافعى محمد على 2129

      (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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      eman ahmad fathy eldesouky 2131ايمان أحمد فتحي الدسوقي

      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)
      2-harm: 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

    • 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

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      أميرة هشام أحمد الصادق 2110

      A) 1-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.

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      أميرة هشام أحمد الصادق 2110

      A) 1-Advers event: an incident which results in harm for 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.

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        Safaa ELMeneza

        need to complete Number 1 and incidents

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          Nehad Lamlom mohamed mohmed 2372

          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.

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          روان السيد محمد علي

          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.

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      Zubaida thamir majeed 2483 زبيده ثامر مجيد

      1-
      a) Adverse event : an incident which result 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 : change e. g. the patient received a contraindicated drug but did not experience an adverse drug reaction.

      2- Harm
      Harmful incident ( cause of AE) : an incident that result in harm to a patient. Impairment of structure or function of the body and /or any deleterious affect arising there from. Harm includes disease, injury, suffering, disability, death. Harm generally refers to outcomes or results.

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      تقى خالد عبدالله أحمد عز

      1- adverse event result in unintentiond harm to patient by act of commission or omission rather than underlying disease . Include hospital acquire condition prolong hospital stay and death .
      Near miss error of commission or omission have harm to patient but danger harm not happen
      2- Harm
      a_ incident resulted in harm to patient
      b- impairment of structure of function of body

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      زهرة فريد فاروق سراج 2218

      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)
      2-harm: 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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      ساره صلاح محمد دويدار. 2231

      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)
      2-harm: 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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      إيمان عبدالرحمن غنيمى على المصرى ٢١٤١

      1-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.

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      زهرة فريد فاروق سراج 2218

      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)
      2-harm: 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 result.

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      2197رقيه شريف عبدالفتاح زايد

      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 reactions
      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.
      Harm means:
      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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      زهرة فريد فاروق سراج 2218

      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 reactions
      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.
      Harm means:
      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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      ساره صلاح محمد دويدار. 2231

      Answer 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 reactions
      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.
      Harm means:
      Impairment of structure or function of the body and/or any deleterious effect arising there from. §Harm includes disease, injury, suffering, disability and death.

    • 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.
      This includes never events/sentinel event ,
      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)
      Prevention,(e.g., a potentially lethal
      overdose was prescribed, but a nurse
      identified the error before administering the
      medication) or
      § Mitigation (e.g., a lethal drug overdose was
      administered but discovered early and
      countered with an antidote).
      Harm
      § 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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      Eman Mohamed Abdulla Elhady 2147

      1-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.

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      Alaa Mohamed Ahmad Mohamed

      1/Why NICU Standard
      To improve the quality and safety of medical care for newborn infants .
      2/Why should we measure patient safety climate
      Patient safety climate is a robust leading indicator of health and safety performance .
      Patient safety climate consists of number of antecedents . These are elements that contribute towards a strong patient safety culture .
      By understanding patient safety climate in the organization , we can build on our strengths focus on areas of improvement , and in doing so we will find that we have less injuries and near misses , and a workforce that is competent ,motivated and engaged to work safely.

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      Alaa Mohamed Ahmad Mohamed. 2075

      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.

    • pregnant woman come to hospital and she was suffer from hepatitis and her baby was suffering from jundice and doctor don’t take history from patient and baby don’t put in nursery at once so the baby die

      • Reply
        Safaa ELMeneza

        Dear Amira
        This is not for incidents reporting
        You need to answer the question

    • 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.

      (2)Harm means:
      -Impairment of structure or function of the body.
      -Any deleterious effect arising therefrom.
      -refers to outcomes or results.

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      Esraa Ragab Farag allah Farghally

      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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      اسراء سامى عطية السيد

      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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        Safaa ELMeneza

        still second assignment ?

        • Reply
          2278 عائشة السيد إبراهيم

          (A)
          1-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

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      Hagar Ashraf Badawy kamel 2400

      (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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      دينا محمد السيد على

      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.
      This includes never events/sentinel event , 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, prevention, mitigation.
      2-Harm means: Harmful incident : an incident that resulted in harm to a patient.
      Impairment of structure or function of the body and any deleterious effect arising there from.
      Harm includes disease, injury, suffering, disability and death.

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      Eman Hamdy Samy 2136

      1. Adverse Event : Incident that results in harm to the patient.
      Include: near event ,sentinel event, events that required life sustaining intervention& 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, Prevention or Mitigation
      2. Harm :
      Harmful incident (cause of AE): an incident that resulted in harm to a patient.​
      Harm includes disease, injury, suffering, disability and death.​
      Harm generally refers to outcomes or results.

    • (1)
      adverse event: event that result in unintended harm to the patient by act of commission or omission.
      Near miss:error of commission and omission that could have harmed the patient but harm didnt occur.
      (2)
      Harm mean
      1-Impairment of structure or function of the body
      2-any deleterious effect arising there from.

    • Adverse event: incident which result in harm to patient
      Near miss: error of commission or omissions that could have harmed the patient but serious harm didn’t occur or prevented
      2-harm: 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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      رحمة احمد محمد احمد سالم

      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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      رنا ماهر عرفة شتلة

      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 completion through a planned or unplanned recovery. As a result of :
      Chance, prevention, mitigation.
      2.Harm means:
      -Impairment of structure or function of the body.
      -an incident that resulted in harm to a patient.

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      أية أحمد على القرعيش 2113

      a/1-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/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.

    • 1- *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.

      *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)
      -Prevention,(e.g., a potentially lethal
      overdose was prescribed, but a nurse
      identified the error before administering the medication) or
      – Mitigation (e.g., a lethal drug overdose was administered but discovered early and
      countered with an antidote).

      2-Harm:
      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.

    • Reply
      Rehab Nagy Abdellah

      Adverse event is an incident that results in an unintended harm to a patient.
      Near miss (close call) is an act of commission or omission that could have harmed the patient but serious damage didn’t occur because of chance, prevention or mitigation.
      Harm means an incident that resulted in harm to the patient; it’s either a) impairment of structure or function of an organ in the body or/and b) resulting deleterious effect; i. e: disease, injury, disability or even death

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      أبرار السيد أحمد محمد 2001

      Adverse event: an incident which results in harm to a patient
      an event that results in unintended harm to the patient by an active commission or omission rather than by the underlying disease or condition of the patient this includes hospital acquired conditions, events that cause prolonged hospital stays, permanent harm or death.

      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 or unplanned recovery as a result of a chance example given: the patient received a contraindicated drug but didn’t experience an adverse drug reaction.

      Harm means: a harmful incident: 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

    • Reply
      Tasneem Ibrahim Ibrahim Hassan 2155

      what is difference between adverse event and near miss
      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 didn’t occur and was prevented from completion through a planned or unplanned recovery.

      – Harm means:
      a) An incident that resulted in harm to a patient.​
      b) Impairment of structure or function of the body.

    • Reply
      Manar Ibrahim Soliman Metwalli 2335

      (A)
      1-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.

    • Reply
      Nemah Mohsen Salem Bin Muslem 2467

      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)
      2-harm: 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

    • Near Misses:Free Lessons
      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.
      Harm
      § 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.
      Adverse Event
      § 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.
      This includes never events/sentinel event ,
      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)
      Prevention,(e.g., a potentially lethal overdose was prescribed, but a nurse identified the error before administering the
      medication) or Mitigation (e.g.,a lethal drug overdose was
      administered but discovered early and
      countered with an antidote).

    • (A)
      1-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.

    • Near Misses: Free Lessons
      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
      Harm
      § 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.
      Near Miss
      An error of commission orbomission that
      could have harmed the patient, but serious
      harm did not occur and was prevented from
      completion through a planned or unplanned
      recovery. As anresult of :
      Chance e.g., the patient received a
      contraindicated drug but did not experience
      an adverse drug reaction) Prevention,(e.g., apotentially lethal overdose was prescribed, but abnurse identified the error before administering the medication) or Mitigation (e.g., a lethal drug overdose was administered but discovered early and countered with an antidote).
      Adverse event: an incident which results in
      harmto a patient.
      § Anevent 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.

    • Reply
      Kawthar Hatem Helmy 2314

      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 underlying disease or condition of the patient. Near mass: an error of commission or omission that could have harmed the patient, but not serious harm didn’t occur and was prevented from completion through a planning or unplanning recovery. B)Harm: an incident that results in harm to the patient ./ impairment of structure or function of the body.

    • Reply
      Fatma Mohammed Abd elfattah Youssef Ghozy

      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)
      2-harm: 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

    • Reply
      فاطمه محمد عبد الفتاح يوسف غزي 2307

      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)
      2-harm: 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

    • Reply
      فاطمه محمد عبد الفتاح يوسف غزي

      (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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        فاطمه محمد عبد الفتاح يوسف 2307

        (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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      Asmaa saeed sayed Mahmoued

      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.
      This includes never events/sentinel event , 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, prevention, mitigation.
      2-Harm means: Harmful incident : an incident that resulted in harm to a patient.
      Impairment of structure or function of the body and 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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      Asmaa saeed sayed Mahmoued

      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.
      This includes never events/sentinel event , 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, prevention, mitigation.
      2-Harm means: Harmful incident : an incident that resulted in harm to a patient.
      Impairment of structure or function of the body and any deleterious effect arising there from.
      Harm includes disease, injury, suffering, disability and death.

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      Asmaa saeed sayed Mahmoued

      1/Adverse event:An event that results in unintended harm tothe patient by an act of commission or omission rather than by the underlying
      disease or condition of the patient.
      This includes never events/sentinel event , 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, prevention, mitigation.
      2-Harm means: Harmful incident : an incident that resulted in harm to a patient.
      -impairment of structure or function of the body and any deleterious effect arising there from.
      Harm includes disease, injury, suffering, disability and Death

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      إسراء عبدالله محمد العوضي

      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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      منار أحمد محمود السيد 2336

      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.
      (3)
      1. Nonpunitive
      2. Confidential
      3. Independent
      4. Expert analysis
      5. Systems oriented
      6. Responsive

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      إسراء نسيم العدوي عبدالجليل عجيزة 2024

      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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      Asmaa Fathy Mohammed Ahmed

      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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      Eman Fathy Mohammed Ahmed

      1-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. This includes never events/sentinel event , 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 -prevention- mitigation
      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-a-generally refers to outcomes or results
      b-includes disease,injury,suffering,disability and death.

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      مني محمود محمد راشد المشد 2347

      1-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.

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      Alaa lsmail Abdullah Ibrahim Gomaa

      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.

    • 1-
      a. Adverse event ; is an incident that result in harm to a patient.
      this include
      1-events that required life sustaining intervention , permanent harm , death
      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 .
      2-Harm mean ;
      a-impairment of+ function of the body and any deleterious effect arising there from.
      b-harm include Disease, injury, disability and death.

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      Ashrakat Adel Mohamed 2051

      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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      منار محمد موسي كمال 2339

      (A)
      1-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.

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      Noran emad eldien gaber elgazzar

      1.to improve the quality of newborn medical care

      2.illness
      Medication
      Stress
      Alcohol
      Fatigue
      Emotion

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        Noran emad eldien gaber elgazzar

        1-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

    • 1-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

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      سمية عصام عبد الحميد عبد الحميد العجمي 2254

      1/ a. Adverse event ; is an incident that result in harm to a patient.
      this include / 1. events that required life sustaining intervention , permanent harm , never event , death
      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 .
      2/ Harm mean ;
      a. impairment of structure or function of the body and any deleterious effect arising there from.
      b. harm include Disease, injury, suffering, disability and death.

    • Adverse event… incudent causing harm to patient , result in unintended harm to patient , includes never events .
      Near miss ….. error of commission or mission that could have harmed the patient but harm didn’t occur and was prevented from planned or unplanned recovery.
      Harm …. Incident that results in harm to patient, includes disease, injury, disability,death .

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      حنان نبيل بسيوني عوض الجمل

      1-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. This includes never events/sentinel event , 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 -prevention- mitigation
      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-a-generally refers to outcomes or results
      b-includes disease,injury,suffering,disability and death.

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      حنان نبيل بسيوني عوض الجمل

      حنان نبيل بسيوني الجمل 2171-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. This includes never events/sentinel event , 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 -prevention- mitigation
      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-a-generally refers to outcomes or results
      b-includes disease,injury,suffering,disability and death.

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      منى مصطفى محمد نصر الدين 2348

      1-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. This includes never events/sentinel event , 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 -prevention- mitigation
      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

      Harm  incident that
      resulted in harm to a patient
      2-a-generally refers to outcomes or results
      b-includes disease,injury,suffering,disability and death.
      C_impairment of structure or function of the body and any deleterious effect arising there from

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      رقيه محمد محمد السيد

      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)

      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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      فاطمة مسعد زكريا عبد القادر

      1-Advers event: an incident which results in harm to a patient.
      An event that results in unintended harm to the patient by commision or omission .
      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
      (B)
      Harm means:
      Harmful incident : an incident thatresulted in harm to a patient
      Harm includes : disease,injury, disability and death.
      Harm generally refers to : outcomes or results.

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      Eman Sadek Mohamed Sadek

      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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      Alaa Ashraf Mohammed Zaher

      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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      Sara Sherif Ahmed Abd elrahman

      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)
      2-harm: 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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      رنا محمود مصطفى محمد

      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)
      2-harm: 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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      Yasmine Ebrahim Ahmed Abdelwahab 2445

      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-Harm:
      A-Impairment of structure or function of the body and/or any deleterious effect arising there from.
      B-Harm includes disease, injury, suffering, disability and death.

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      Zainab Mahrous Ahmed Haroun

      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)
      2-harm: 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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      2278 عائشة السيد إبراهيم

      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)
      2-harm: 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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      علا بكر محمد السيد رقم الجلوس 2285

      Answer question 1
      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
      This includes never events/sentinel event ,
      hospital-acquired conditions, events that
      required life-sustaining intervention, and
      events that caused prolonged hospital stays,
      permanent harm, or death.
      P 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)
      Prevention,(e.g., a potentially lethal
      overdose was prescribed, but a nurse
      identified the error before administering the
      medication) or
      Mitigation (e.g., a lethal drug overdose was
      administered but discovered early and
      countered with an antidote).

      Answer question 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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      أمل عبد الرحمن أحمد سليم 2092

      1_ Adverse event: Is 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.

      * This includes : sentinel event , hospital-acquired conditions, events that required life-sustaining intervention, and events that caused prolonged hospital stays, permanent harm, or death.

      _ Near miss: Is 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.
      * for example: As a result of : Prevention,(e.g., a potentially lethal overdose was prescribed, but a nurse identified the error before administering the medication)

      2_Harm means :
      Impairment of structure or function of the body and it is any deleterious effect arising there from.
      * It includes : disease, injury, suffering, disability and death.
      * “Harm” generally refers to outcomes or results.

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      وسام فريد محمد المطحنة 2439

      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.

    • 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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      سناء هاني محمد النعيرى 2256

      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.

    • 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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      تسنيم على محمد على ابراهيم 2160

      1- Adverse event : event that results in unintended harm to the patient by an act of commission or omission.
      Near miss : commission or omission that could have harmed the patient but serious harm didn’t occur and was prevented.
      2- Harm : Impairment of structure or function of the body and any deleterious effectarising therefrom.
      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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      منه الله محمد ابراهيم عبدالسميع

      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.

    • (A)
      1-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.

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      Sara Essam Said Abd El Sadek

      Adverse events: events that result in harm to the patient
      Near miss: errors that results from commission or omission and harmed the pat but no serious harm reached the patient

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      Sara Essam Said Abd El Sadek .2232

      1_Adverse events: events that result in harm to the patient
      Near miss: errors of commission or omission that harmed the patient but seve harm doesn’t occur
      2_Harm:is
      a: impairment of structure or function of the body
      b: disease or injuries or suffering

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      Esraa Nashaat Abdul Maqsoud Mohammed 2023

      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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      Sara Essam Said Abd El Sadek

      1_Adverse events: events that result in harm to the patient
      Near miss: errors that results from commission or omission and harmed the pat but no serious harm reached the patient
      2_Harm is.
      a . impairment of structure or function of the body
      b.disaese or injuries or illnesses

    • 1_adverse events: events that result in harm to the patient
      Near miss: errors of commission or omission harm to the patient but don’t causes severe harm
      2_harm
      A.impairement of structure or function of the body
      B/ injuries or illnesses

    • 1-adverse events: events that result in harm to the patient
      Near miss: errors of commission or omission but sever harm doesn’t occur.
      2_harm.
      1/important of the.structure or function of the body.
      2/injuries or illnesses and complications

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      نورهان عصام إبراهيم علي خليل

      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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      جنا ابراهيم الدسوقي 2165

      Adverse event :an incident which result in a 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 completion through a planned or unplanned recovery

      Harm:an incident that resulted in harm to a patient , impairment of structure or function of the body

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      أميره أيمن أحمد محمد النجار 2102

      1/_adverse events means accident results in harm to patients and unitended harm by an act of commission or omissions rather than by underlying disease or condition of patient
      _Near miss means error of commission or omissions that have harmed the patient but serious harm didn’t occur

      2/_Harm means impairment of structure or function of the body including disease or injury or suffering or disability and death +refer to outcomes or results

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      Naira Mahmoud Mohamed Mohamed Assy

      1-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

      =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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      ريم أمين علي علي الحداد /2213

      Adverse event is an incident that lead to harm to the patient.
      Near miss, an error of commission or omission that could have harmed the patient but serious harm didn’t occur.
      Harm,
      1-incident that lead to harm to the patient.
      2-impairment of structure or function of the body and any deleterious effect arising from it.

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      Reem Amin Ali Ali ALHadad

      Adverse event is an incident that lead to harm to the patient.
      Near miss, an error of commission or omission that could have harmed the patient but serious harm didn’t occur.
      Harm,
      1-incident that lead to harm to the patient.
      2-impairment of structure or function of the body and any deleterious effect arising from it.

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      Manar Mamdouh Mohamed Ali

      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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      مريم محفوظ محمد المزين

      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.
      Neer 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).
      B. Harm is 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

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      خيرات حامد مصطفى محمد المرحومى

      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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      خيرات حامد مصطفى محمد المرحومى 2175

      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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      Reem Amin Ali Ali ALHadad

      adverse event: event that result in unintended harm to the patient by act of commission or omission.
      Near miss:error of commission and omission that could have harmed the patient but harm didnt occur.
      2-Harm :
      a-deliberate injury or damage to someone or something
      B-generally refer to outcomes or results

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      Reem Amin Ali Ali ALHadad

      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)
      2-harm: 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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      Rana bassem nasr hamed abjgabal 2200

      1-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.
      This includes never events/sentinel event ,
      hospital-acquired conditions, events that
      required life-sustaining intervention, and
      events that caused prolonged hospital stays,
      permanent harm, or death
      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)
      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-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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      سها أسعد حسن شحيبر

      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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      Shahd Ahmad El-sayed Ahmad

      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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      شمس سامي شعبان الدحدوح

      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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      Shahd Alaa Khalil swelim

      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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      يمني صلاح ابراهيم مصطفي

      1/ a. Adverse event ; is an incident that result in harm to a patient.
      this include / 1. events that required life sustaining intervention , permanent harm , never event , death
      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 .
      2/ Harm mean ;
      a. impairment of structure or function of the body and any deleterious effect arising there from.
      b. harm include Disease, injury, suffering, disability and death.

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      Yasmin Ashraf mohamed

      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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      Tasneem Ibrahim Mohammed Mohammed

      1 . Adverse Event
      ●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.
      ●This includes never events/sentinel event , hospital-acquired conditions, events that required life-sustaining intervention, and events that caused prolonged hospital stays, permanent harm, or death
      Tasneem Ibrahim, [٠٤/٠٤/٢٠٢٢ ٠١:١٨ م]
      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 ) or
      ●Prevention,(e.g., a potentially lethal overdose was prescribed, but a nurse identified the error before administering the medication) or
      ●Mitigation (e.g., a lethal drug overdose was administered but discovered early and countered with an antidote)

      2 . Harm means :
      ●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 result

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      Alaa Jamal Tamam Hussein Mohamed 2064

      Q1- 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.

      Q2- 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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      إسراء إبراهيم حامد 2005

      (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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      ايمان نجاح على بيومى 2152

      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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      Reham Hany Saad Abd El-Fattah

      1/ a. Adverse event ; is an incident that result in harm to a patient.
      this include / 1. events that required life sustaining intervention , permanent harm , never event , death
      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 .
      2-harm: 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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      Zainab Hamed Abdulsamei Allam_ID:2220

      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)
      2-harm: 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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      Sara Ahmed Abdelmonem Elwan

      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)
      2-harm: 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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      Aya AbdErafi meshref saad

      1-
      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
      This includes never events/sentinel event ,
      hospital-acquired conditions, events that
      required life-sustaining intervention, and
      events that caused prolonged hospital stays,
      permanent harm, or death.
      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
      ▪ Prevention,(e.g., a potentially lethal
      overdose was prescribed, but a nurse
      identified the error before administering the
      medication) or
      ▪ Mitigation (e.g., a lethal drug overdose was
      administered but discovered early and
      countered with an antidote
      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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      Rawda Elsayed Ali Elsayed

      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)
      2-harm: 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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      Rofaida ehab Mohamed swilam

      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)
      2-harm: 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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      Alaa Saad Abdeldayem Mohammed Radwan 2068

      1-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.
      This includes never events/sentinel event ,
      hospital-acquired conditions, events that
      required life-sustaining intervention, and
      events that caused prolonged hospital stays,
      permanent harm, or death
      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)
      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-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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      Hana Elsayed AbdAllah Abd ELRahman

      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)
      2-harm: 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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      آلاء محمد توفيق حسن الفقى 2076

      1-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.

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      نسمة شعبان محمود شاهين

      (A)
      1-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.

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      داليا ناجى محمد حفني 2176

      1)*Adverse event: event that results in unintended harm to the patient by an act of comission or omission rather than by the underlying disease or condition of the patient .
      *Near miss: error of commission or omission that could have harmed the patient but serious harm didn’t occur and was prevented from completion through planned or unplanned recovery.
      2) Harm means : a) an incident that result in harm to a patient
      b) impairment of structure or function of the body and /or any deleterious effect arising there from.

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      Shefaa Mahmoud

      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.

    • 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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      Mariam sherif Ahmed Aly othman

      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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      رقيه محمد محمد السيد

      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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      إيمان السعيد محمد عوض/2133

      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
      – 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 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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      شيماء حمدي أمين عبد اللاه

      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 عبدالله

      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.

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      أية محمود محمد عمر العوبي 2126

      1/
      Adverse event :
      an incident which result in harm to patient This includes never 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 didn’t occur and was prevented from completion through planned or unplanned recovery as a result of chance, prevention and mitigation
      2/
      Harm: impairment of structure or function of the body and/ or deleterious effect arising there from
      Harm includes disease, injury, suffering, disability and death
      Harm generally refers to outcomes or results

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      2205 رنيم إبراهيم إسماعيل أبو العيسوي

      (1)
      A. Adverse event is: an incident which result in a harm to a patient.
      or an event which 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. and this includes:-
      – Never event /sentinel event.
      – Hospital acquired conditions.
      – Death
      B. Near Miss is :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 :
      -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
      Or 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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      Mariyam Kharsieva

      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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      Sara Badr Elsaed Elsanhory

      الاسم/ساره بدر السعيد السنهوري
      رقم الجلوس / 2226

      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)
      2-harm: 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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      Omnia saad saber

      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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      Sama Yasser Abdullah Mahmoud

      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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      سما ياسر عبدالله محمود 2251

      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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      Reem Hamada Mohammed Afifi

      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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      Reem Hamada Mohammed Afifi

      ريم حماده محمد عفيفي 2214
      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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      أمل عبدالجيد نبوي سلام

      . Adverse event ; is an incident that result in harm to a patient.
      this include / 1. events that required life sustaining intervention , hospital acquired condition , never event , death
      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 .
      2/ Harm mean ;
      A. an incident that results in harm to paitent
      B. impairment of structure or function of the body and any deleterious effect arising there from.
      C. harm include Disease, injury, suffering, disability and death.

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      هدى أبوالفتوح محمد عيد 425

      هدى أبوالفتوح محمد عيد/2425
      A.1-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

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      Hanaa Fathy Mohammed Abdul Aziz

      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)
      2-harm: 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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      Nourhan Omar Mohamed

      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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      بسمله جمال محمد احمد

      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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      إيمان مصباح محمد عبدالرحمن 2151

      1 adverse event : is 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 mess : 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 or unplanned recovery.
      2.
      Harm : impairment of structure or function of the body and /or any deleterious effect arising there from

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      آية عادل جميل عبداللطيف

      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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      Alaa Ahmed Mohammed Ahmed ibrahim

      1-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.This includes never events/sentinel event , 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) Prevention,(e.g., a potentially lethal overdose was prescribed, but a nurse identified the error before administering the medication) or
      Mitigation (e.g., a lethal drug overdose was administered but discovered early and countered with an antidote).
      Harm means: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.

    • 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.

    • 1-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

    • 1-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

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      Fatima Mostafa Abdelaziz

      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)
      2-harm: 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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      أميره شعبان سيداحمد غيط

      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)
      2-harm: 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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      Amaal Gamal Ahmed Mohamed

      •adverse events: is an incident which result in harm to patient or an event that results in unintended harm to patient such as never Sentinel event, never event and hospital acquired conditions .
      •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 or unplanned recovery as a result of chance , prevention and mitigation.
      2- Harm means : ( harmful incident is an incident that resulted in harm to a patient such as diseases , injury and disability ).

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      رحمة عبدالعزيز عبدالرؤف جعفر

      A-1/adverse event is an event results from unintended harm to the patient by an act of commission or omission rather than by the diseases or patient condition it include never event /sentinel event.
      2/near miss is an error of commission or omission that could have harmed to the patient,but serious harm didn’t occur and was prevented or unplanned recovery. As a result of chance. e.g patient received an contraindicated drug ,but didn’t experience adverse drug reaction.
      B-Harm means is 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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      روان السيد محمد علي

      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.

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      الآء حاتم السيد البسيوني

      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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      Nourhan Ahmed Abdelsalam Khalil

      (A)
      1-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.

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      Aya Shabaan Mohammed matter

      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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      سلسبيل أحمد محمود توفيق

      (A)
      1-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.

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      آلاء محمد توفيق حسن الفقى 2076

      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.
      This includes never events/sentinel event ,
      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)
      Prevention,(e.g., a potentially lethal
      overdose was prescribed, but a nurse
      identified the error before administering the
      medication) or
      § Mitigation (e.g., a lethal drug overdose was
      administered but discovered early and
      countered with an antidote).
      Harm
      § 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.

    • 1-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

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      Eman Adel Abdelmonem Qasim

      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)
      2-harm: 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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      2050أشرقت جمعة عوض محمد

      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)
      2-harm: 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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      شيماء محمد عبد الحميد موسي

      Answer of question 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)

      Answer of question 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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      تسنيم عبدالعال عبدالرازق أحمد

      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
      completion through a planned or unplanned
      recovery.
      2-Harm: -incident that resulted in harm to a patient
      – It refers to outcomes or result.
      -It is Impairment of structure or function of the body and/or any deleterious effect arising there from.

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      سعاد حامد محمد عبد العاطى 2241

      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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      2408هاجر ماهر بدر علي

      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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      هبه محمد السيد العشماوي 2422

      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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      Aya Ahmed Fuad Mohammed

      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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      أسماء حامد مصطفي عرابي

      * AdverseEvent:
      An event that reslut in unintended harm to the patient by an act of commission or omission rather than by the underlying disease or condition of the patient (an incident which results in harm to a patient)
      . This includes never events/sentinel event,hospital-acquired conditions.
      Near Miss
      An error of commission or omission that could have harmed the patient, but serious harm didnot occur and was Prevented from completion through a planned or unplanned recovery.As a result of: Chance, Prevention and Mitigationn.
      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.

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      Doaa gamal mohamed Ateya Abo Al resh

      1_ Adverse event1/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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      Doaa gamal mohamed Ateya Abo Al resh

      1_Adverse events that result in UnIntended harm to the patient by act of commission or ommission rather than by underlying disease or condition of patient
      Near miss :An Error of commission or ommission that could have harmed the patient but serious harm did not occur and was prevented from completion through a planned or unplanned recovery as result of *chance e. g the patient received a experience an adverse drug reaction

      2/Impairment of structure of function of the body and /or any deleterious effect arising there from. harm includes disease, injury, suffering, disability and death

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      Sabah Hassan shoeep Hassan 2272

      1-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

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      Sabah Hassan shoeep Hassan 2272

      a. Adverse event ; is an incident that result in harm to a patient.
      this include / 1. events that required life sustaining intervention , permanent harm , never event , death
      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 .
      2/ Harm mean ;
      a. impairment of structure or function of the body and any deleterious effect arising there from.
      b. harm include Disease, injury, suffering, disability and death.

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      Hend Mohamed Badr Elsayed

      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)
      2-harm: 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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      Hager Yousry Ebrahim abotalib

      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)
      2-harm: 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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      رحمة عبدالعزيز عبدالرؤف جعفر

      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-harm:A-Impairment of structure or function of the body and/or any deleterious effect arising there from.
      B-Harm includes disease, injury, suffering, disability and death.

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      ياسمين محمد علي الشويحي

      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)
      2-harm: 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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      Amany Ahmed Saad Abo Khalifa

      1-Adverse event: incident which results in Harm to patient
      Near Miss: an error of Comission or Omission that could have harmed the patient, but serius harm did not occur& was prevented from completion through aplanned or un planned recovery
      2-Harm generally refers to outcomes or results
      Harm means: impairment of structure or function of the Body& effect arise from it
      Harm include Disease injury, Disability and Death

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      رؤي أحمد عبدالعليم الشرقاوي

      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)
      2-harm: 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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      فاطمة السعيد محمد علي 295

      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 .This includes never events / sentinel event , 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 ,Prevention , or Mitigation
      B- Harm: Harmful incident ( cause of adverse Event ) : 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 .

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      Hana Elsayed AbdAllah Abd ELRahman 2431

      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)
      2-harm: 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

    • 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.
      This includes never events/sentinel event , 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, prevention, mitigation.
      2-Harm means: Harmful incident : an incident that resulted in harm to a patient.
      Impairment of structure or function of the body and 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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      Alaa Ahmed Mohammed Ahmed ibrahim 2057

      Alaa Ahmed Mohammed Ahmed Ibrahim 2057
      1-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.This includes never events/sentinel event , 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) Prevention,(e.g., a potentially lethal overdose was prescribed, but a nurse identified the error before administering the medication) or
      Mitigation (e.g., a lethal drug overdose was administered but discovered early and countered with an antidote).
      Harm means: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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      رحاب ناجي عبد اللاه السيد ٢٠٢٠١٨٧

      -Adverse event is an incident that results in an unintended harm to a patient.
      -Near miss (close call) is an act of commission or omission that could have harmed the patient but serious damage didn’t occur because of chance, prevention or mitigation.
      -Harm means an incident that resulted in harm to the patient; it’s either a) impairment of structure or function of an organ in the body or/and b) resulting deleterious effect; i. e: disease, injury, disability or even death

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      Nora Abdelhady Ahmed Hussein 2377

      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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      أسماء حامد مصطفي عرابي 2020030

      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.
      Harm includes disease, injury, suffering, disability and
      death.

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      Zainab Mahrous Ahmed Haroun 2020222

      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)
      2-harm: 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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      فاطمة رمضان عبدالفتاح خلف

      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. This includes never events/sentinel event ,
      hospital-acquired conditions, 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 -Prevention-Mitigation
      *Harm
      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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      2298 فاطمة رمضان عبدالفتاح خلف

      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. This includes never events/sentinel event ,
      hospital-acquired conditions, 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 -Prevention-Mitigation
      *Harm
      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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      Hanaa Fathy Mohammed Abdul Aziz2432

      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)
      2-harm: 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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      Manar Ibrahim Soliman Metwalli 2335

      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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      2376نور السيد محمد السهيلي

      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.

    • 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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      رحمة عبدالعزيز عبدالرؤف جعفر 2192

      (A)
      1-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.

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      إسراء رجب فرج الله فرغلي 2020009

      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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      Hebatullah Ayman Aboutaleb Ibrahim 2020417

      هبة الله أيمن أبوطالب إبراهيم2020417
      First Question:
      (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.

      Second Question:
      (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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      ساره محمد عبده محمد الشاملى 2236

      (A)
      1-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

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      Asmaa Fahmy Elsayed

      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.

    • Adverse event .an event that result in un intended harm to patient by an act to of commission or omission
      Near miss an error o
      f commisdion or ommision that could have harmed the patient but it was prevented
      Harm means.harmincident.anincident that result ed in harm to patient harm include disease
      Harm genarrly refer to out come or results

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      سارة شريف أحمد عبد الرحمن 2230

      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)
      2-harm: 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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      الشيماء محمد عبدالحميد عبدالعظيم

      1_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
      This includes never events/sentinel event
      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 didn’t
      experience an adverse drug reaction
      Prevention,(e.g., a potentially lethal
      overdose was prescribed, but a nurse
      identified the error before administering the
      medication) or Mitigation (e.g., a lethal drug overdose was administered but discovered early and countered with an antidote

      2_Harm means 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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      2123 آية عبدالرافع مشرف سعد الفقي

      1-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.
      This includes never events/sentinel event ,
      hospital-acquired conditions, events that
      required life-sustaining intervention, and
      events that caused prolonged hospital stays,
      permanent harm, or death
      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)
      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-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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      ريهام هاني سعد عبد الفتاح 2217

      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)
      2-harm: 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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      Ashrakat Adel Mohamed 2051

      Adverse event: incident causes harm to the patient, including never events, hospital acquired condition, events cause prolonged hospital stay, permanent harm or even death.
      Near miss: error could have harmful the patient, but didn’t occur by chance, prevention or mitigation.
      Definition of harm: impairment of structure or function of the body.
      Or incident causes harm to the patient.

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      ساره بهجت عبدالخالق الشاذلي

      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.

    • (A)
      1-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.

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      سما ياسر عبدالله محمود سليمان2251

      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.
      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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      آية حمدي عبد الباقي مطر 2020117

      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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      ساره علاء أبوبكر مهدي سكران رقم الجلوس 2234

      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)
      2-harm: 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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      رضوى ابراهيم السيد احمد 2020195

      )- 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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      رحمة محمد السيد عمر السقا رقم الجلوس: 2022

      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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      Aya AbdErafi meshref saad. 2123

      1-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.
      This includes never events/sentinel event ,
      hospital-acquired conditions, events that
      required life-sustaining intervention, and
      events that caused prolonged hospital stays,
      permanent harm, or death
      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)
      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-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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      رحمة محمد السيد عمر السقا 2020194

      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 Elsied Mohamed Elbana 2020101

      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 Elsied Mohamed Elbana 2020101

      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 Elsied Mohamed Elbana

      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.

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      شروق عبدالعظيم حسن الصعيدي

      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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        شروق عبدالعظيم حسن الصعيدي 2260

        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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      Alaa badr el-din Ramadan tawfiq

      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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      إسراء سيد خميس محمود سلومة2020011

      Adverse event: incident causes harm to the patient, including never events, hospital acquired condition, events cause prolonged hospital stay, permanent harm or even death.
      Near miss: error could have harmful the patient, but didn’t occur by chance, prevention or mitigation.
      Definition of harm: impairment of structure or function of the body.
      Or incident causes harm to the patient.

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      Hagar hussein mohamed ahmed suleiman

      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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      إسراء أيمن قنديل قنديل

      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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      Esraa Ayman Kandil the kandil

      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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      الزهراء زكي عبد الحفيظ البحيري 2081

      1-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.This includes never events/sentinel event , 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)
      Prevention,(e.g., a potentially lethal overdose was prescribed, but a nurse identified the error before administering the medication) or
      Mitigation (e.g., a lethal drug overdose was administered but discovered early and countered with an antidote).

      2-Harm means :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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      Esraa Ayman Kandil Kandil

      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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      اسماء هاني سامي عبد العظيم/ 2049

      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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      اسماء هاني سامي / 2049

      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.

    • 1-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.1-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.

      (c) 1- responsive
      2_ timely
      3_ confidentiality
      4_ analysis by experts
      5- nonpunitive
      6 _ system oriented
      7_ independent

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      آلاء أشرف شاكر الجندي2060

      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.

    • Adverse event: incident causes harm to the patient, including never events, hospital acquired condition, events cause prolonged hospital stay, permanent harm or even death.
      Near miss: error could have harmful the patient, but didn’t occur by chance, prevention or mitigation.
      Definition of harm: impairment of structure or function of the body.
      Or incident causes harm to the patient.

      Characteristics of successful reporting system
      1. Nonpunitive
      2. Confidential
      3. Independent
      4. Expert analysis
      5. Systems oriented
      6. Responsive

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      ميمونه حسن سليمان

      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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      Yasmeen Hassan Mohamed Hassan

      1-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.

      • 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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      امل السيد عبد العزيز الغريب 2020090

      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.

    • 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.

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      esraa atef mahran

      A/* 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
      *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.

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      2020183 /دينا محمد السيد على

      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-Harm mean ;
      a. impairment of structure or function of the body and any deleterious effect arising there from.
      b. harm include Disease, injury, suffering, disability and death.

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      Nourhan Ayman Lotfy Elsawah

      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.

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      2100أميرة أشرف عزت مرسى

      An adverse event (AE) is any untoward medical occurrence in a patient or clinical investigation subject administered a pharmaceutical product and which does not necessarily have a causal relationship with this treatment.
      Clinical trial results often report the number of grade 3 and grade 4 adverse events. Grades are defined:
      Grade 1 Mild AE
      Grade 2 Moderate AE
      Grade 3 Severe AE
      Grade 4 Life-threatening or disabling AE
      Grade 5 Death related to AE

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      Binta Sanyang 2020485

      Adverse event is 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 means an error of commission or omission that could have harmed the patient, but serious harm did not occur and was prevented from completion a planned or unplanned recovery. As a result of Chance e.g the patient receives a contraindicated drug but did not experience an adverse drug reaction.

    • 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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      Nourhan Omar Mohamed

      نورهان عمر محمد ابراهيم 2391
      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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      زبيده ثامر مجيد 2483

      1-
      a) Adverse event : an incident which result 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 : change e. g. the patient received a contraindicated drug but did not experience an adverse drug reaction.

      2- Harm
      Harmful incident ( cause of AE) : an incident that result in harm to a patient. Impairment of structure or function of the body and /or any deleterious affect arising there from. Harm includes disease, injury, suffering, disability, death. Harm generally refers to outcomes or results.

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      Rula Mounir Mahmoud Al-khatib

      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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      Eman Mahmoud monzer alghalayini

      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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      Alaa Maher Mohammed Rafi

      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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      آية أسامة عبدالعزيز برج 2115

      (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.

    • A)
      1-Adverse event: an incident which results in
      harm to a patient.
      This includes: never events/sentinel event,hospital-acquired conditions
      2-Near miss: An error of commission or omission that
      serious harm did not occur,As a result of: Chance, Prevention and Mitigation
      B)
      Harm generally refers to : outcomes or results.
      Harmful incident : an incident that resulted in harm to a patient.
      Harm includes : disease,injury, disability and death.

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      Amany Ahmed Abd Alhafeez Muhammad 2020086

      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)
      2-harm: 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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      Esraa Ashraf Hamed Mohamed

      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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      اسماء طاهر نصرالله سالم 2020037

      )
      1-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.

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      لارا عامر النايف

      (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.

    • 1/ a. Adverse event ; is an incident that result in harm to a patient.
      this include / 1. events that required life sustaining intervention , permanent harm , never event , death
      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 .
      2/ Harm mean ;
      a. impairment of structure or function of the body and any deleterious effect arising there from.
      b. harm include Disease, injury, suffering, disability and death.

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      Sanaa Mohamed Ahmed Ali

      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.

    • -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)

      B-Harm means : 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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      ندا محمد حامد فرحات

      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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      الآء حاتم السيد البسيوني 2066

      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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      Nada Awad Gaber Esmail

      Harm is Impairment of structure or function of the body and/or any deleterious effect arising there from.
      Harm includes disease, injury, suffering, disability and death.
      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.

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      Nada Awad Gaber Esmail

      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.

      Harm is 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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      رحمة أحمد عبدالمولي أحمد. 2020189

      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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      فاطمة ماهر حداد سعيد 2466

      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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      Rahma Ahmed Shaker Ahmed Saeed

      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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      Salma Moustafa Abd El-Rahman Saad 2020249

      1-Difference between adverse event and near miss :
      – Adverse Event
      Adverse event is an incident which results in harm to a patient , it 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.
      This includes hospital-acquired conditions, events that required life-sustaining intervention, and events that caused prolonged hospital stays, permanent harm, or death
      – Near Miss
      is 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 or Mitigation .

      2 . Harm means :
      a. Harmful incident is an incident that resulted in harm to a patient.
      b. It also means Impairment of structure or function of the body or any deleterious effect arising there from , It’s generally refers to outcomes or result .
      Harm includes disease, injury, suffering, disability and death.

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      سلمى مصطفى عبد الرحمن سعد 2249

      1-Difference between adverse event and near miss :
      – Adverse Event
      Adverse event is an incident which results in harm to a patient , it 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.
      This includes hospital-acquired conditions, events that required life-sustaining intervention, and events that caused prolonged hospital stays, permanent harm, or death
      – Near Miss
      is 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 or Mitigation .

      2 . Harm means :
      a. Impairment of structure or function of the body or any deleterious effect arising there from.
      Harmful incident is an incident that resulted in harm to a patient.
      b. Harm includes disease, injury, suffering, disability and death.
      It’s generally refers to outcomes or result.

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      Fatma Esmael Ali Akl

      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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      رضوى إبراهيم السيد أحمد بدوي 2020195

      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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      Maha Mohamed Abd Elmonam Hassan 2352

      مها محمد عبد المنعم حسن 2352
      1-
      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)
      2-
      harm: 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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      سلمى مصطفى عبد الرحمن سعد ٢٢٤٩

      1-Difference between adverse event and near miss :
      – Adverse Event
      Adverse event is an incident which results in harm to a patient , it 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.
      This includes hospital-acquired conditions, events that required life-sustaining intervention, and events that caused prolonged hospital stays, permanent harm, or death
      – Near Miss
      is 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 or Mitigation .

      2 . Harm means :
      a. Impairment of structure or function of the body or any deleterious effect arising there from.
      b. Harm : generally refers to outcomes or result
      Harm includes disease, injury, suffering, disability and death.
      Harmful incident is an incident that resulted in harm to a patient.

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      Salma Moustafa Abd El-Rahman 2249

      1-Difference between adverse event and near miss :
      – Adverse Event
      Adverse event is an incident which results in harm to a patient , it 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.
      This includes hospital-acquired conditions, events that required life-sustaining intervention, and events that caused prolonged hospital stays, permanent harm, or death
      – Near Miss
      is 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 or Mitigation .

      2 . Harm means :
      a. Impairment of structure or function of the body or any deleterious effect arising there from.
      b. Harm includes disease, injury, suffering, disability and death.
      Harmful incident is an incident that resulted in harm to a patient.

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      Maha Mohamed Abd Elmonam Hassan (2352)

      (1)
      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 is 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- ▪ Mitigation
      (2)
      Harm is ▪ 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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      مها محمد عبد المنعم حسن 2352

      مها محمد عبد المنعم حسن 2352
      (1)
      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-Prevention-Mitigation
      (2)
      Harm
      is
      ▪ 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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      2020010اسراء سامى عطية السيد

      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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      رنا عبدالرحمن محمد بشر

      رنا عبدالرحمن محمد بشر 2202
      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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      رنا عبدالرحمن محمد بشر

      رنا عبدالرحمن محمد بشر 2202
      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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      هند عبد المجيد حافظ البسيوني 2020434

      Adverse event: incident causes harm to the patient, including never events, hospital acquired condition, events cause prolonged hospital stay, permanent harm or even death.
      Near miss: error could have harmful the patient, but didn’t occur by chance, prevention or mitigation.
      Definition of harm: impairment of structure or function of the body.
      Or incident causes harm to the patient.

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      هند عبد المجيد حافظ البسيوني 2020434

      2230
      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)
      2-harm: 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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      ولاء فتحي محمد سليمان 2442

      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.

    • 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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      تسنيم عبدالعال عبدالرازق أحمد 2159

      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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      فاطمة الزهراء نور الدين المتولي

      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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      فرح محمد عبد الغني ابراهيم ٢٣١٢

      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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      سلمى خالد محمد رشيد 2245

      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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      Zainab abdalrahim albendary al swahly 2221

      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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      Mariam Zaki Shawky Zaki

      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)
      2-harm: 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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      أمنية الزناتي عبد الفتاح الزناتي 2020094

      1- adverse event: event that result in unintended harm to the patient by act of commission or omission.
      Near miss:error of commission and omission that could have harmed the patient but harm didnt occur.
      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.

    • Adverse event: incident causes harm to the patient, including never events, hospital acquired condition, events cause prolonged hospital stay, permanent harm or even death.
      Near miss: error could have harmful the patient, but didn’t occur by chance, prevention or mitigation.
      Definition of harm: impairment of structure or function of the body.
      Or incident causes harm to the patient. 1. Nonpunitive
      2. Confidential
      3. Independent
      4. Expert analysis
      5. Systems oriented
      6. Responsive

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      Esraa Mohamed Mahmoud Ahmed / ID: 2020020

      1- Adverse event : an incident which results in harm to a patient
      Near miss : an error of commission or omission that could have resulted in harm to the patient , but serious harm did not occur and was prevented throw a planned or unplanned recovery as a result of : chance , prevention or mitigation .
      2- Harm means :
      a : harmful incident : an incident resulted in harm to patient .
      b : impairment of structure or function of the body or any deleterious effect arising there from .

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      تسنيم عبدالعال عبدالرازق أحمد 2159

      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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      Mennatullah Ali Ghanem Ali

      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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      تسنيم عبدالعال عبدالرازق أحمد 2159

      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 زكريا ابراهيم جمعه

      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 عبد الفتاح أحمد سليم

      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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      Nehad Nasser Ali Khalil 2373

      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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      سارة محمد عبد الغني صوله

      (1)
      -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
      -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
      (2)
      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.

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      ايه مجدي شعبان احمد

      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 السيد محمد محمد/2052

      1-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.This includes never events/sentinel event ,
      hospital-acquired conditions, events that
      required life-sustaining intervention, and
      events that caused prolonged hospital stays,
      permanent harm, or death.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).Prevention,(e.g., a potentially lethal
      overdose was prescribed, but a nurse
      identified the error before administering the
      medication) or
      § Mitigation (e.g., a lethal drug overdose was
      administered but discovered early and
      countered with an antidote).
      2-Harm: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.

    • 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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      سارة محمد عبد الغني صوله 2239

      A)
      1-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.

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      فاطمة مسعد زكريا عبدالقادر

      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.
      This includes never events/sentinel event , 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, prevention, mitigation.
      2-Harm means: Harmful incident : an incident that resulted in harm to a patient.
      Impairment of structure or function of the body and 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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      2020316مرفت مجدي محمد حسن موافي

      (A)
      1-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.

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      نجلاء محمد السعيد محمد ٢٠٢٠٣٥٨

      (A)
      1-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 result

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      نجلاء محمد السعيد محمد ٢٠٢٠٣٥٨

      1-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

      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 result

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      2275شيماء يسري محمد الشنودي

      1-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.

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      شيماء حمدي أمين عبد اللاه

      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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      2032أسماء حسن عبدالعاطي حسن

      A)
      1-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.

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      Nourhan Ayman Lotfy Elsawah 2385

      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.

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      عزة رفعت يوسف جعبوبة /2283

      -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

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      نرمين صلاح حسانين

      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.
      Non punitive
      Confidential
      Timely
      Expert analysis
      Independent
      System oriented
      Responsive

    • 1/ Adverse event : an incident which results in harm to a patient . An event that results unintended harm to the patient by an act of commission or omission
      rather than . This includes never events , sentinel event and hospital acquired condition.
      Near miss : error of commission or omission that could have harmed the patient, but serious harm did not occur .
      2/ Harm includes disease , injury , suffering and death .
      Harm generally refers to outcomes or results

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      2390Nourhan Attya Elsayed Zayed

      1-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.

    • (A)
      1-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.

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      Kawthar Ahmed Fouad Naiim 2313

      A)
      1-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.

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      ندي محمد عبد الصادق علي /2364

      Please write answer in this section

      Reply
      سميه محمود أحمد السيد/ 2158
      (A)
      1-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.

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      ندي محمد عبد الصادق علي

      1)_Adverse event : is an event that results in unintented 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 condition, 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 and differs from the adverse event because, in near miss, seraos 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 a 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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      Doaa Ahmed Gabr

      -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.

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      تسنيم سالم عبدالعزيز حسين

      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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      Wedad Sayed Abdelsalam Mohamed

      -Adverse event:. incident causes harm to the patient, including never events, hospital acquired condition, events cause prolonged hospital stay, permanent harm or even death.

      -Near miss: error could have harmful the patient, but didn’t occur by chance, prevention or mitigation.
      Definition of harm: impairment of structure or function of the body.
      Or incident causes harm to the patient

    • Amany Ahmed saad Abo khalifa
      2020085
      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)
      2-harm: 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

    • CAIL Adverse Event * 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. PROFFESOR SAFAA ELMENEZA Adverse Event – This includes never events/sentinel event, hospital-acquired conditions, events that required life-sustaining intervention, and events that caused prolonged hospital stays, permanent harm, or death. PROFFESOR SAFAA ELMENEZA 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) PROFFESOR SAFAA ELMENEZA

      Harm * 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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      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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      2197رقيه شريف عبدالفتاح زايد

      Answer
      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 reactions
      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.
      Harm means:
      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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      2240سارة منصور ابراهيم السيد

      1-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 patie