Medicine mix-ups harm hospitalized kids
AP/Yahoo News, April 7, 2008
A new detection method finds that medicine mix-ups, accidental overdoses and bad drug reactions harm roughly one out of 15 hospitalized children, a number is far higher than earlier estimates. The findings bolster concerns already heightened by well publicized cases like the accidental drug overdose of actor Dennis Quaid's newborn twins.
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