The cases of Antepartum Haemorrhage (includes both abruptio placentae and placenta previa) and severe anaemia without haemorrhage are included in this study, as majority of these cases had complications which can be included in near miss
The following near miss
indicators were also calculated (7,8,9): Maternal near miss
ratio (MNMR) which was the number of maternal near miss
The results of the current study support previous evidence of potential characteristics of problem gambling in an underage population (Hardoon & Derevensky, 2002; National Research Council, 1999) and extend this concern to an even younger population by demonstrating that children differentiated ratings of outcomes indicating that children between the ages of 5 and 10 discriminate a near miss
when playing an arcade game similar to roulette.
Due to success of modern medicines such deaths are now rare in developed countries and there is an increased interest in analyzing near miss
events and the near miss
statistics should be mentioned in national health indices as a means to improve health care delivery system to the population4.
However, the same cannot be said about using near miss
management programs in construction or on construction site activities, at least in the literature.
The viral video garnered mixed reactions from the viewers where some praised Ramirez for his work on capturing the incident while others commented on who should be blamed for the near miss
No matter how well a near miss
is defined, it is inherently subjective depending on the individual viewing the situation.
Organizations with an effective safety culture will not just focus on adverse events but will actively measure near miss
But an easyJet spokeswoman denied there had been a problem, saying: "There was no near miss
England hero Jonny Wilkinson (left) and his club teammates were involved in a mid-air near miss
with a jumbo jet,rugby bosses said.
WE ARE ALL FAMILIAR with the term near miss
as it applies to airline accidents or other disasters.