Former nurse sentenced after deadly medical mistake

RaDonda Vaught, convicted of criminally negligent homicide, faces three years of probation for giving a patient the wrong medication.

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27 thoughts on “Former nurse sentenced after deadly medical mistake

  1. It's not about forgiveness or intent. It's about FINALLY improving patient safety. 250,000 to 400,000 patients per YEAR are killed by medical mistakes. References:

    To Err is Human: Building a Safer Health System, Institute of Medicine (US) Committee on Quality of Health Care in America, Linda T. Kohn, Janet M. Corrigan, Molla S. Donaldson, , editors. Washington (DC): National Academies Press (US); 2000.

    Two Decades Since To Err Is Human: An Assessment Of Progress And Emerging Priorities In Patient Safety, David W. Bates and Hardeep Singh

  2. People don’t understand what us nurses have to deal with. Low staffing, too many patients to one nurse, long hours. Mistakes DO happen. We aren’t perfect!!

  3. Lately every time I go to a ob appointment these nurses don’t seem to know what they’re talking about sometimes they’re answers to questions are very ignorant I’m scared to give birth it seems like anybody could get hired in healthcare now a days because of how bad hey need people

  4. The sentencing was definitely lenient, but eh charge and conviction are warranted. You cant kill someone on accident and have no consequences. I work in the trade industry in I make a mistake that ends up killing one of my guys I am liable. If you get in your car and accidently hit and kill someone, your liable. Nurses/Doctors are no different

  5. for sure, its not intentional.. she saved many lives for caring for other patients, this is just a honest mistake.. be strong

  6. The hospital's CEO's should be sitting there instead of that nurse! My wife she is a nurse as well and they always make them over work, never hire new nurses when understaffed, hospital CEO's all they care is for money, they try to save every penny as possible. She is just the scapegoat.

  7. I sure hate to think this was a set up between family and the nurse these days crazy mofos are out there son was to calm, I would've wanted that nurses head for her fkn stupidity, 250k deaths from retards how TF isn't this investigated more, I wouldn't even want that idiot nurse to make me a fkn big Mac let alone be near my family

  8. It touched my heart to see the family of the deceased mother forgiving the nurse .. wow !!
    Gods light is going to shine on that family ..
    This nurse needs to forgive herself ..

  9. No excuse , no room for mistakes that lead to death. Specially when there are rules in place to force you to double and triple check whatre doing.

  10. 250k people die every year from medical errors? so in 10 years, 2.5 mil people die from medical errors? why does that number seem so incredibly high? I mean, covid just hit a "million deaths" (i do not believe it is that high and numbers are fabricated), but that is a HUGE of deaths from medical malpractice for it not to be talked about stringently.

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