Study: Medication errors often aren't reported to ICU patients

01/15/2013 | Reuters

ICU patients and their families often are not told about medication errors, Johns Hopkins University researchers reported in Critical Care Medicine. Researchers said 98% of medication errors do not cause harm, but of those that do, 4% occurred in the ICU, compared with 2% in other hospital units.

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