malpractice definition

  • noun:
    • Improper or negligent remedy for someone, because by a physician, leading to damage, damage, or reduction.
    • Improper or dishonest conduct by the holder of an expert or formal position.
    • The act or an example of incorrect practice.
    • the improper remedy for an individual by doctor that causes damage or loss
    • improper or dishonest conduct by a specialist or official individual
    • wicked training; illegal or immoral conduct; training as opposed to set up guidelines; specifically, the treatment of a case by a surgeon or doctor in a fashion that is contrary to accepted guidelines and productive of undesirable outcomes.
    • Misbehavior; bad rehearse; rehearse as opposed to established principles.
    • particularly, bad expert remedy for condition, maternity, or bodily injury, from reprehensible lack of knowledge or negligence, or with criminal intent.
    • a wrongful work the actor had no directly to do; incorrect expert conduct
    • professional wrongdoing that leads to damage or harm

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