Looking for references on patient harm from common tests and treatments

Peter Rudd rudd at STANFORD.EDU
Tue Mar 22 15:37:23 UTC 2016


These additional references may be helpful:

Gandhi TK, Kachalia A, Thomas EJ et al. Missed and delayed diagnoses in 
the ambulatory setting: a study of closed malpractice claims. /Ann 
Intern Med/. 2006;145 (7):488-496.

Kachalia A, Gandhi TK, Puopolo AL et al. Missed and delayed diagnoses in 
the emergency department: a study of closed malpractice claims from 4 
liability insurers. /Ann Emerg Med/. 2007;49 (2):196-205.

Medford-Davis L, Park E, Shlamovitz G, et al. Diagnostic errors related 
to acute abdominal pain in the emergency department. /Emerg Med J/. 2015

_Emerg Med J._2015 Nov 3. pii: emermed-2015-204754. doi: 
10.1136/emermed-2015-204754. [Epub ahead of print]

Singh H, Giardina TD, Meyer AN, Forjuoh SN, Reis MD, Thomas EJ. Types 
and origins of diagnostic errors in primary care settings. /JAMA Intern 
Med/. 2013;173 (6):418-425.

Zwaan L, Thijs A, Wagner C, van der Wal G, Timmermans DR. Relating 
faults in diagnostic reasoning with diagnostic errors and patient harm. 
/Acad Med/. 2012;87 (2):149-156.


Peter Rudd, MD, FACP
Professor of Medicine emeritus
Stanford University School of Medicine
rudd at stanford.edu

> Campbell, Samuel <mailto:Samuel.Campbell at NSHEALTH.CA>
> March 22, 2016 at 3:19 AM
> Here are two case reports that discuss the issue:
> Canadian Journal of Diagnosis 2015:32(9):1-4 (I have attached the pdf)
> and
> Can. Fam. Phys 2015;61:535-7 (should be available on pubmed)
>
> Sam Campbell
>
> ________________________________________
> From: David Gordon, M.D. [davidc.gordon at DUKE.EDU]
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> common tests and treatments
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> Hi,
>
>
> I have a resident interested in a developing a talk for us on harms 
> associated with common diagnostics and therapeutics, like antibiotics, 
> narcotics, and CT imaging. This can be independent of but can relate 
> to errors in over-diagnosis.
>
>
> Does anyone have any references they would recommend for creating such 
> a talk? For any copyrighted material, I can just take the information 
> and take care of obtaining the article.
>
>
> Thank you,
>
> David
>
>
>
> David Gordon, MD
> Associate Professor
> Associate Program Director
> Undergraduate Education Director
> Division of Emergency Medicine
> Duke University
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