Nursing incident reports
Well, Tommy has been home for three days, and we have already had a medication error. Fortunately, it was Mylacon, which poisen control indicated that you could not hurt hime with it if you tried. Obviously, since this could have been much more serious, we want an incident report on file. The agency is indicating that we are unable to receive a copy of the report. We feel they are giving us a line, what has everyone's experience with this? Without a copy, how do we know appropriate action is taken? We liked the nurse, but you cannot mess with someones meds like that!
Father (and mother) to Tommy, born via an emergency EXIT to Trache 8/1/06. Diagnosed with Congenital High Airway Obstruction Syndrome (CHAOS). VACTERRS Syndrome. Vocal cords completely fused until Double Staged LTP 03-03-08, refused shortly after stent was removed. Second Double Stage LTP 1-20-09.
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