Practice of Medicine
From Chronic Problems to an Acute Dilemma
Following several days of care in various settings, a 43-year-old man with a history of abdominal pain died while being intubated.
- The fragmentation of contemporary health care delivery systems means providers frequently lack critical information when making treatment decisions.
- Examination of “near-misses” can alert managers of the need for new methods to ensure …
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