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Cohen, Michael R.
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Nursing. 45(9):72, September 2015.
Oral medication given I.V. push...vial design makes drug diversion easy
Nursing. 45(8):72, August 2015.
Beware look-alike vials...fentaNYL patches pose suicide risk...immune globulin confused with albumin...update your list of confused drug names
Nursing. 45(7):72, July 2015.
Solvent in oral vitamin D product triggers infant's AKI...unlabeled solutions mixed up on a sterile field...beyond-use date needed on multiple-use vials
Nursing. 45(6):72, June 2015.
Baclofen prefilled syringe isn't sterile...keep transdermal patches away from heat sources...demonstration I.V. solution mixed up with the real thing
Nursing. 45(5):72, May 2015.
Wrong route risk...don't open, crush, or chew dabigatran capsules...avoid confusing Farxiga and Fetzima
Nursing. 45(4):72, April 2015.
Beware misprinted oral syringes...sharing insulin pens in the hospital still a problem...unclear emergency kit instructions cause confusion
Nursing. 45(3):72, March 2015.
Take care with medications patients bring from home...get a better read on expiration dates...ADC selection error
Nursing. 45(2):72, February 2015.
Look-alike syringes cause confusion...compounded analgesic creams create hazards for kids...water for inhalation mistaken for I.V. fluid
Nursing. 45(1):72, January 2015.
Never give ropivacaine I.V...sound-alike drug mix-up causes blindness...teach patients to use insulin pens correctly
Nursing. 44(12):72, December 2014.
Turn vials to read labels...severe eye injuries reported from misuse of contact lens cleaning solution...neuromuscular blocker confused with influenza vaccine
Nursing. 44(11):72, November 2014.
Misleading instructions for EpiPen Jr Auto-Injector...updated high-alert drug list available...sloppy handwriting leads to a near-miss error
Nursing. 44(10):72, October 2014.
Astagraf XL: One a day isn't enough...don't hold basal insulin doses...limit available volumes of magnesium sulfate infusion
Nursing. 44(9):72, September 2014.
Avoid the curse of cursive...insulin pens aren't for reuse!...when administering vaccines, don't give half a dose
Nursing. 44(8):72, August 2014.
Misaligned labels on unit-dose packaging...injectable influenza vaccines must be shaken...beware of this nasal decongestant's confusing label...handwritten prescription hazard
Nursing. 44(7):72, July 2014.
Wintergreen oil: Dangerous at the bedside...Angeliq confused with birth control pills...auto-injector keeps on tickin'
Nursing. 44(6):72, June 2014.
Discard “demo” doses after class…don't confuse look-alikes Cardene and Cardizem…prevent mixups of imported drugs Glycophos and Peditrace
Nursing. 44(5):72, May 2014.
Extra bar codes create confusion…Florinef, Floranex, and Florastor sound alike…vials of topical and parenteral EPINEPHrine look alike
Nursing. 44(4):72, April 2014.
Don't use smart infusion pumps from another hospital…avoid this fuzzy documentation format…beware of ambiguous oral capsule imprints
Nursing. 44(3):72, March 2014.
Errors from using grains as units of measure…avoid computerized confusion with Spiriva dosage…camphor product mistakenly given by mouth
Nursing. 44(2):72, February 2014.
Look-alike heparin bags...use two hands for high-alert drugs
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