You'll hear more about look-alike, sound-alike mishaps

You'll hear more about look-alike, sound-alike mishaps...they're on the rise.

We're hearing that hydromorphone is being mistaken for morphine... cyclophosphamide for cyclosporine...dalteparin for heparin...and epinephrine for epinephrine with lidocaine.

This isn't surprising. Look-alike, sound-alike mix-ups cause about a third of all pharmacy med errors.

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