Babies switched at birth
... at birth are babies who, because of either error
or malfeasance, are interchanged with each other ... questionable maternity can only be caused by error
or malfeasance that causes babies to be switched ... Mays, switched at birth as a result of a medical error
in a hospital in Wauchula, Florida  , the ...
Positive predictive value
( Type I error
, P-value )
→ Positive predictive value
( Type II error
→ Negative predictive value
Responsible drug use
Algorithm (medical) ...
... and refraction
Strabismus - Ophthalmoparesis - Progressive external ophthalmoplegia - Esotropia - Exotropia - Refractive error
- Hyperopia - Myopia - Astigmatism - Anisometropia - Presbyopia - Fourth nerve palsy - Sixth nerve palsy - Kearns-Sayre syndrome - ...
... individual and expect him or her not to make errors . Reporting systems and checking mechanisms are becoming more common in identifying sources of error
and improving practice.
Radical critics [ attribution needed ] of certain medical traditions may hold that whole fields or traditions of ...
... in question in others ( folie à deux ).
Healthcare professionals warn that self diagnosis in the absence of professional advice is prone to error
and may be potentially dangerous if inappropriate medication is taken.