Study: Medicine mix-ups harm 1 in 15 hospitalized children

04/7/2008 | Detroit News, The

A new study using a new monitoring method found medicine mix-ups, accidental overdoses and drug reactions hurt 1 out of 15 hospitalized children. Researchers said the findings indicate a need for "aggressive, evidence-based prevention strategies."

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