WILLMAR — New “smart” drug pumps at Rice Memorial Hospital have been alerting nurses to errors — a dose of Dilaudid, a painkiller, that was accidentally programmed for 2 milligrams per hour instead of 0.2 milligrams, for instance — so that the error can be fixed before it reaches the patient.
Anne Polta, West Central Tribune
, January 19, 2009
The weather outside was frightful Tuesday morning, though it wasn’t bad enough to close schools in the immediate area. Still, with it only being early December, there will no doubt be plenty of snow and ice to contend with over the rest of the winter.
JACKSON — Safety and ecology were the primary reasons the Jackson City Council decided to replace the city’s aging dam with a series of rock rapids, but after the dam work is complete, the city also hopes to beautify the area by building a new park by the river.
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