In brief: Intensive care patients

Intensive care patients are twice as likely to die at times of understaffing or overwork, according to a report in last week's Lancet. A study in an adult intensive care unit at Ninewells Hospital, Dundee, also found that understaffing was linked to excessive rates of complications , errors and hospital-acquired ...

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