(Received 12 March 1973; accepted 1 May 1973)
Published Online: 1973
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There will always be error produced by failure of human perception. And, undeniably, there will always be occasions on which a drug may be mislabeled, an improper dose administered, or the wrong drug given to a patient. Injury from such situations generally constitutes negligence as a matter of law.
Executive director, American Association of Medico-Legal Consultants, Phila., Pa.
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