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An evaluation of medication errors—the pediatric surgical service experience.
Engum SA, Breckler FD. J Pediatr Surg. 2008;43:348-352.

This study discovered opportunities for educational intervention in reducing the frequency of pediatric medication prescribing variances, all of which were intercepted successfully by nurses and pharmacists.

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