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Journal Article > Commentary
Asdigha MN. Hosp Pharm. 2006;41:1067-1075.
The author describes changes made within the neonatal intensive care unit to improve medication use safety, including eliminating the "rule of 6" for medication preparation and installing smart pump technology.
Harasim P. Las Vegas Review-Journal. November 21, 2010;News:1B.
This article discusses how the organizational system of one hospital delayed an investigation into catheter line malfunctions.
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Vesselin Dimov, MD; April 2009
A premature infant had a PICC line placed for parenteral nutrition. During an attempt to remove it, the line broke. The infant had to be sent for surgical removal of the catheter and required an increased level of care, including ventilator support.