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EEO. 2021; 20(1): 1908-1914


AN EMPIRICAL STUDY ON THE AWARENESS ON MEDICAL NEGLIGENCE IN MEDICAL SECTORS

A.J. MAGENDIRAVERMAN, Dr. MURUGAN RAMU.


Abstract

The mistakes made by doctors which can cost a lot to the patients in many ways. Patient suffers immensely due to the actions of the doctor. The medical profession is viewed as an honorable profession since it helps in preserving life. We accept life is undeniable. In this manner, a doctor figures in the plan of God as he stands to do his order. The Government enacted "National Medical Commission Act". Desires for a patient are two-overlap: doctors and emergency clinics are required to furnish medical treatment with all the information and expertise at their order and also they will do nothing to hurt the patient in any way either due to their carelessness, indiscretion, or wild mentality of their staff. Unlike in the case of doctrinal research where the research is conducted on the basis of facts and data already collected in the library, archives and other databases, collecting or gathering information by a first-hand study into the universe, it helps the empirical research to be carried on. There are a total of 250 samples collected with regard to this study. From the survey in Figure 1, it is found that most of the male and female think that maybe medical negligence can be used as an excuse in medical sectors. Hence, through these graphs we are able to understand that there is an awareness among the general public about the medical negligence in the medical sector but they are at a confused level about it.

Key words: Negligence, Doctors, Medical, Professional, Treatment.






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