standard of care test

standard of care test

Lab medicine A test used to diagnose or monitor a disease, regardless of whether the test–eg, immunohistochemistry to ID certain antigens in tissue–is FDA-approved. See Accommodation test.
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If so, the objective element of the standard of care tests the child's conduct against that care that a child of like age, knowledge, capacity, and experience would exercise under similar circumstances.(30) The fundamental reason for measuring a child's conduct by a varying child standard instead of the reasonably prudent man standard derives from the basic unfairness of predicating legal fault upon a standard which most children are simply incapable of meeting.

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