Adverse Incident

Adverse Incident

An event that causes, or has the potential to cause, unexpected or unwanted effects involving the safety of device users, including patients, due to defects in design or manufacture, inadequate maintenance, inappropriate local modifications, user error, poor user instructions or training, unsuitable storage or use.
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In August 2012, the second of 33 adverse incident was reported, a patient died when an infected mesh contributed to a small bowel obstruction.
Although the trust had classed it as a serious adverse incident and initiated a critical incident review there were insufficient interviews conducted with those who may have been involved and clear evidence of a "closed mind" attitude throughout.
Labs may spend a significant amount of resources in determining the root cause of an adverse incident and implementing systems to prevent reoccurrence.
DC directed police officials to provide complete security to polio teams to frustrate any adverse incident.
After an adverse incident, how can a hospital access services immediately so that they can move forward in patient care?
The Group's fleet achieved a record of safe operation with zero adverse incident, and all vessels were operating in the spot market in 2016.
Event Type Death Patient Outcome Death Event Description: It was reported that there was very limited information, only that there has been an adverse incident involving a pph product.
8220;We carefully considered how to best serve clients' external reporting needs on adverse incident reports to Patient Safety Organizations and onward to various Federal agencies,” said Don Jarrell, EVP of Product and Technical Operations & co-founder of Prista.
The file was prepared by August 8 and no adverse incident had taken place during that period," he added.
Social monitoring tools, social knowledge, and robust customer service compliance workflows can help businesses in sectors such as pharmaceuticals and personal care products to track adverse incident reports and act on them rapidly in compliance with regulations.
Florida was one the first places in the world to require that by law, Gregg says; but "We're still a very young system in how you define an adverse incident.
Nevertheless, there are a great deal of proxies that can be used, such as length of stay, health status, patient satisfaction and the occurrence of an adverse incident.