Acute Care Volume 24, Issue 23

Medication Safety Alert! November 21, 2019

In this week's issue:

  • What’s in a Name? Survey Finds Wide Variety of Error-Prone Newborn Naming Conventions in Use Today
  • ECRI Institute – ISMP affiliation creates one of the largest nonprofit patient safety organizations in the world
  • “Saline enema” shouldn’t describe sodium phosphate enemas
  • Amino acids and lipids need light protection for young children
  • Danger of confusing thrombin with antithrombin
  • Abbreviations to avoid
  • Confusion over antiretroviral therapy abbreviation
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What’s in a Name? Survey Finds Wide Variety of Error-Prone Newborn Naming Conventions in Use Today

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