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1

Is defined as any wrong doing for which action for damage may be brought

Tort

2

The details of how laws are to be put into action are provided in ________

Regulations

3

Is the basis for most lawsuits

Tort Liability

4

Civil lawsuits arise because someone disrespects another's right by :

Battery and Assault
Negligence
Breach of Contract
Intruding on anothers property or privacy
Misbehaving in other similar ways

5

Is a Doctrine that protects the patient or donor by requiring that information be provided in a manner of understandable to the patient under circumstances that permit the px to ask questions.

Doctrine of Inform consent

6

The most common tort

Negligence

7

Liability for negligence is found when all of the ff. elements are present

1 A duty was owed to the injured party
2 The duty was not met by injuring party
Because the duty was not met , the injured party was harmed
3 Faiure to meet the duty owed was directly responsible to cause the harm suffered by the injured party
4 Some measurable harm occured

8

Under this doctrine the actions of employess are attributable to the employer or person who directs their action

Doctrine of respondeat superior

9

2 types of Standard of Care

Ordinary Standard of Care
Professional Standard of Care

10

The HBV cases stimulated nearly every state legislature to enact protection for blood banks through _______

Blood Shield Statutes

11

Is established by court decisions sometimes related to interpretations and applications of statutes and regulations

Case law

12

Federal Regulations that apply specifically to blood banking are found in _______

Title 21 , Code of Federal Regulations . Part 600-699 ,Part 200-299 and Part 800-899

13

Statutorily defined limit of time during which a lawsuit can be filed

Statue of Limitation

14

Enummerate Specific Donor Issues

Screening
Donor Requested by patient
Untimely Notification
Component Collection