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Nurse sued over morphine mistake

The estate of a woman who died after experiencing heart trouble due to a medical error where a nurse gave her an injection of morphine is suing the nurse and medical facility who provided care. The woman presented to the medical centre after falling and was discharged after her examination was clear and sent home with a prescription. A doctor never ordered the morphine that was administered by the nurse who claimed that he suffers from a medical condition which caused the blunder.

Source: summary of medical news story as reported by Hampton

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About: Nurse sued over morphine mistake

Date: 5 November 2005

Source: Hampton


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This summary article refers to the following medical categories:

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  • Death from morphine
  • Death from heart problems
  • Medical error
  • Medical error and nurse
  • Medical error and morphine
  • Medical error and medication
  • Medical error and heart problems
  • Medical error and heart trouble
  • Medical error and death

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