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Amputation Mishap Negligence
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AMPUTATION MISHAP; NEGLIGENCE Name Institution Amputation Mishap; Negligence Negligence as evident in the article is a component in cases of injury, proving that a company, person, or any other entity failed to act in a competent way and thus caused harm by lack of expected or reasonable action to obtain damages for the victim.
A malpractice on the other hand occurs when a doctor, a hospital, or any other medical professional, causes an injury through omission or negligence to a patient. Malpractice can also be viewed as professional negligence, where a surgeon or any other professional testifies that his colleagues would regard his practice as not proper. All malpractice may involve negligence, although all negligence may not be malpractice. If a nurse fails to present medications as prescribed, and consequently the patient’s condition gets worse or results in death, the nurse will be indeed negligent. In cases where a nurse fails to pay attention to his or her tasks or has inadequate skills, it may lead to a suit of negligence to one who does not give approved care standards (Helm, 2003). Good nurses know their obligations and communicate well with their patients and physicians. Such nurses are aware of board practices and regulations within legal guidelines. Most nurses have no issues with committing negligent acts provided and they adhere to the confines of required practices, protocols, and legal hospital guidelines. I do agree with the article that what was practiced by the doctor, the hospital management, and the neighboring staff is total negligence. ...
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