Will someone please tell me I am not crazy? The other morning on my way home from work, I was listening to the Today show on the radio, and They were talking about a CRNA and MD being investigated for reusing needles. This happened in the Midwest I think. Anyway there have been about 50 cases of Hepatitis linked to patients of "this nurse".
No one that I worked with the other night had heard about this, and I am starting to think that maybe i was in a fog driving home after working a 12 hour shift.
I remember this because they also had a lawyer on the show who is getting a lawsuit ready against the hospital, etc... His comment that irritated me was that the hospital had a duty to account for all the needles that were used. While I am sure there is a lot more to the story, How do you account for every needle in a hospital?
Any feedback on this story... or was I dreaming on my way home?????