A nurse administers an IV push of antibiotics to a patient. Many hospitals are using means other than saline bags to administer medicine to patients because of a shortage of the bags.
A nurse administers an IV push of antibiotics to a patient. Many hospitals are using means other than saline bags to administer medicine to patients because of a shortage of the bags. Tony Dejak AP
A nurse administers an IV push of antibiotics to a patient. Many hospitals are using means other than saline bags to administer medicine to patients because of a shortage of the bags. Tony Dejak AP

Shortage of IV bags from Puerto Rico has area hospitals scrambling to care for patients

January 11, 2018 10:47 AM

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