Compatibility of Hospital Tubes Creates Danger for Patients

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I just wrote yesterday about hospital errors causing injuries and deaths needlessly. Now an article from the New York Times brings up a point that most hospital patients would never even consider — you can die because a nurse or aide hooks up your feeding tube to your medication IV, or vice-versa. The article is important reading for anyone about to enter a hospital or who has a friend or relative in the hospital.

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