deviating from the standard

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She ultimately sued Nguyen for negligence in deviating from the standard of care in performing the surgery.
Other issues the courts may see in the future include whether a physician who overrides an alert created by the EHR could be accused of deviating from the standard of care, and whether failure to use an EHR may itself constitute a deviation from the standard of care.
Annex E in IEC 60601-12 describes how to justify immunity test levels deviating from the standard.
For the first time, the BCCI has allowed girlfriends on a foreign tour, deviating from the standard practice of allowing just the married players to have company.
The new body alignment machine, the first of its kind in Jordan, will allow the crash repair shop to produce vehicle status reports that point to the exact locations deviating from the standard references.
With production budgets for Japanese pics routinely rising above $10 million these days, local studios are getting more creative in the way they raise coin, deviating from the standard multipartner funding model that usually includes only film-related companies.
The FTB issued a notice (62) explaining that deviating from the standard apportionment and allocation rules, without receiving prior approval, can result in accuracy-related penalties when a substantial income understatement constitutes negligence; exceptions from the penalty are specifically noted.
However, deviating from the standard beam orientation can be extremely helpful in eliminating superimposing structures that hide an acetabular fracture.
Deviating from the standard TNC design (due to the complexities of the dielectrically loaded interface) would, in essence, mean creating a different connector.
States that adopted Common Core aren't precluded from deviating from the standards.
First, it supports our earlier assertion that teachers are deviating from the standards.