Hospital Errors Common and Underreported

Sorrel King's 18-month-old daughter Josie was recovering from second degree burns at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore when a communication breakdown caused a deadly misstep. As King watched, a nurse gave Josie a methadone injection despite verbal orders to the contrary, assuring King that the order had been changed. Josie, who was about to be released from the hospital, went into cardiac arrest. "I took one look at her ran into the hallway and screamed for help," King said. Josie died...Full Story
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