E.R. Patients Often Left Confused After Visits

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E.R. Patients Often Left Confused After Visits

New York Times, September 15, 2008
A vast majority of emergency room patients are discharged without understanding the treatment they received or how to care for themselves once they get home, researchers say. And that can lead to medication errors and serious complications that can send them right back to the hospital.
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