Published in Medicine and Law Weekly, February 13th, 2009
"In a simulated operating room, 12 anesthesiologists requested blood as part of a ''bleeding patient'' scenario. They were distracted while their assistant accepted delivery of the product and began transfusing without performing the standard check. Anesthesiologists who immediately engaged with the interruption failed to notice the omission, whereas those who rejected or deferred the...
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