misadministration

mis·ad·min·i·stra·tion

(mis'ad-min'i-strā'shŭn)
In radiation therapy, incorrect administration of radiation by dose or treatment.
References in periodicals archive ?
Faculty members said the vice chancellor had failed to secure funding for any development project and had been a nightmare for the university due to misadministration.
He went on to promise further that in case the people elected us in the upcoming 2018 general elections then the foundation stone of the cancer hospital will be laid in September 2018 so that the provision of best best medical treatment facilities to combat to a great extent fatal disease like cancer can be fulfilled ,a culture of service will be introduced in public sector hospitals to provide better healthcare service to the ailing patients and instead of any adoption of any impolite or harsh attitude the patients will be treated with love and affection and there will be no strikes or misadministration in these hospitals.
These two instances of misadministration of justice are particularly dismaying and appalling because the victims are individuals whom many of us in the academic community consider as paragons of expertise and virtue.
The reason doctors are leaving Nicosia General Hospital's intensive care unit (ICU) is not the salary, incentives, workload, political views or trade-union issues, but their inability to effectively serve the severely ill in a work environment that has seen years of misadministration, three intensive care doctors who have resigned in the last 18 months said on Thursday.
UNDER the misadministration of the Assembly, under the misguidance of Carwyn Jones, the Welsh NHS has deteriorated to a shadow of its former state due to the deprivation of funding which has has been redirected in huge tranches to other projects namely the promotion of the Welsh language.
Last week, O'Reilly, who in her role investigates complaints about misadministration in EU institutions, agencies and bodies, sent a letter to Juncker requesting clarification on the Commission's position on Barroso's appointment.
This had been further aggravated by the population's ethnic make-up, predominantly Thai Muslims, which had produced a major degree of alienation intensified by government misadministration.
This testing can ensure that PEP is appropriately administered to prevent rabies in persons with exposures to confirmed rabid animals, and might avoid misadministration of PEP to nonexposed persons.
Comprehensive claims are based on the assertion that Aboriginal rights and title to land and resources were never relinquished through treaty or other legal means, while specific claims refer to alleged misadministration of Indian assets or the non-fulfillment of government responsibilities related to treaties (INAC, 1993; Comprehensive Claims Branch, 2007).
The goals of the ScripTalk program are the prevention of medication misadministration, through aural communication of the medication label information, and the reduction of the users' reliance on caregivers for medication administration.
Mix-up of IV lines leading to misadministration of drugs and solutions;
The two cartoons of Thornycroft's Boadicea, standing across from the Houses of Parliament, are reminders of the misadministration of government and symbolic of female militancy in the face of injustice.