Health board probe amid claims elderly patients at Lanarkshire hospital could have been given wrong drugs

Health board probe amid claims elderly patients at Lanarkshire hospital could have been given wrong drugs
 

Claims elderly patients at a specialist ward could have been given the wrong drugs are being investigated by a health board.
The probe was started after three students reported concerns to their lecturer when they returned from a work placement.
A nurse and two nursing assistants from the Lockhart Unit, based in Stonehouse Hospital, Lanarkshire, have been suspended.
The whistleblowing trainees, from the University of West of Scotland, claimed life-saving drugs were not administered properly by qualified staff.
They also alleged that patients were left dehydrated and not supplied with enough... read more

 
1 October 2017 in Health, Views: 70
Source: Daily Record
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