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White Paper Abstract: Of all the medication errors, intravenous (IV) infusion errors, which involve high-risk medications delivered directly into a patient's bloodstream, have the greatest potential for patient harm. IV medications have been associated with up to 54% of potential adverse drug events (ADEs), 56% of medication errors, and almost 61% of the serious and life-threatening potential ADEs. A nurse would never give one hundred pills to a patient intended to receive only one; however, he or she can inadvertently misprogram a general-purpose infusion device and deliver such a massive overdose.
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