China Fires Hospital Head After Deaths Of Four Anesthesia Patients
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
Chinese authorities ousted the president of a hospital in eastern China after an investigation showed the deaths of four people who received an anesthetic had been treated improperly. No additional details were provided by local and national investigators, according to reports. In addition to the hospital president being fired, the head and a deputy of the Sanming City health department also were disciplined, without explanation. The government ordered $29,272 in compensation for the families of each of the patients. (Click here for more
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