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Business, 12.11.2019 10:31, leo4687

Aregistered nurse interprets a scribbled medication order by the attending physician as 25 mg. the nurse administers 25 mg. to the client, then discovers that the dose was incorrectly interpreted and should have been 15 mg. who would be held responsible for the error?

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