Brett Kelman of Kaiser Health News
Gowns worn in medical and intensive care units ripped too easily and allowed 4 to 14 times the expected amount of liquid to seep through, a study says.
Medication errors like the one that led to the controversial prosecution of Tennessee nurse RaDonda Vaught could be prevented easily with a simple fix, safety advocates say.
RaDonda Vaught, a former nurse criminally prosecuted for a fatal drug error in 2017, was convicted Friday after a three-day trial.
A Tennessee nurse was charged with reckless homicide and felony abuse of an impaired adult for the accidental killing of a 75-year-old patient.