It is any unreasonable conduct or absence of ordinary care on the part of the patient or his personal attendants which combined with doctorâ€™s negligence contribute to injury as a direct proximate cause and without which injury would not have occurred.
Law does not consider contributory negligence a charge of criminal negligence.
failure to carry all reasonable and proper instructions.
failure to take suggested treatment.
leaving against medical advise
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