Improper drug administration, surgical mistakes, failure to monitor, retained sponges can all lead to serious injuries and death.
Giving a patient the wrong drug or too much of the right drug can have serious even fatal consequences. Failing to give a drug ordered by the patient’s doctor can have catastrophic results.
Surgical mistakes including retained devices such as sponges are often the responsibility of nurses, employed by the hospital, in the operating room. Proper counting and monitoring can prevent surgical mistakes such as a retained sponge.
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