Medical malpractice refers to professional negligence by a health care professional or provider in which treatment provided was substandard, and caused harm, injury, or death to a patient. In the majority of cases, the medical malpractice or negligence involved a medical error, possibly in diagnosis, medication dosage, health management, treatment, or aftercare. The error may have been because nothing was done (an act of omission), or a negligent act.
Medical malpractice law provides a way for patients to recover compensation for any harm resulting from sub-standard treatment.
The standards and regulations for medical malpractice differ slightly from country to country; even within some countries, jurisdictions may have varying medical malpractice laws.
A hospital, doctor or other health care professional is not liable for all the harms a patient might suffer. They are only legally responsible for harm or injuries that resulted from their deviating from the quality of care that a competent doctor would normally provide in similar situations, and which resulted in harm or injury for the patient.
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