Patients at South Dakota clinic may be at risk of infections

04/16/2009 | Sioux City Journal (Iowa)

The South Dakota Health Department said Siouxland Urology Center in Dakota Dunes may have exposed its patients to blood-borne diseases when it used saline bags and tubing on multiple patients during cystoscopy. The center has stopped the practice and is offering free blood tests to patients who may have been affected.

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