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Some hospitals, including University Hospital Southampton do not tell relatives there has been a mix-up to avoid "distress and harm".
Amphoteric in B, a systemic antifungal medication, is not commonly used, and health care practitioners may be unfamiliar with its various formulations and the potential consequences of mix-ups among them.
In an effort to prevent a similar mix-up from recurring, the pharmacy now places only one vial of non-lipid amphotericin B (Fungizone[R]) in each ADC in the ICU--a maximum of 100 mg or two vials in total.
A huge bank puts money in the wrong customers' accounts because of post-merger mix-ups.
Fatal Mistake: Oxygen Tank Mix-Up Blamed in Deaths of Ohio Nursing Home Residents
Donna Fasano, a white woman from New York, found herself at the center of an IVF mix-up in 1998 dubbed by the media as the "scrambled eggs" case.
To determine how often specimen mix-up occurs in the core laboratory of Helsinki University Central Hospital, we developed a simple but accurate method to estimate the frequency of specimen mix-up and to test the method in practice.
Cornerback Kevin Thomas, who like Pinkard is from Oxnard, said he didn't have any mix-ups during his recruitment, which didn't last too long between the city rivals.
While the rest of you will have been luxuriating in the agony of Boro's Euro game last week, spare a thought for me and my ten-pence mix-ups.
Councillor Kevin Murphy said mix-ups were stripping voters of their rights.
Also, a new test may make it possible to assess DNA mix-ups in large groups of people.