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Journal Article > Study
Prospective pilot intervention study to prevent medication errors in drugs administered to children by mouth or gastric tube: a programme for nurses, physicians and parents.
Bertsche T, Bertsche A, Krieg EM, et al. Qual Saf Health Care. 2010;19:e26.
A quality improvement program successfully reduced the incidence of medication administration errors in pediatric inpatients.
Journal Article > Review
Glick TH. Neurologist. 2005;11:140-149.
The author reviews data on errors in neurology and identifies key areas for minimizing medical error in this specialty: accurate and timely diagnosis, effective information transfer, and patient safety education.
Cases & Commentaries
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Joseph M. Furman, MD, PhD; June 2004
A woman presents to the ED with severe vertigo and vomiting. Over several hours, she is handed off to three different physicians, none of whom suspects a dangerous lesion. Later, an hour after onset of a severe headache, she dies.