Dennis Quaid’s babies’ overdose was hospital’s fault, says report

January 10th, 2008 // 61 Comments
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State hospital regulators are placing the blame directly on Cedars-Sinai hospital for the overdose of Heparin that put Dennis Quaid’s infant twins in jeopardy. It has yet to be decided whether the hospital will face fines, but I guarantee a lawsuit is coming once the Quaids finish suing the makers of Herparin. The LA Times reports:

“This violation involved multiple failures by the facility to adhere to established policies and procedures for safe medication use,” the state wrote. “These violations caused, or were likely to cause, serious injury or death to the patients who received the wrong medication.”

Don’t worry, Cedars-Sinai. You’ve accepted responsibility for your actions and are making changes. This will all blow over. It’s not like you provided ammunition for further malpractice suits by publicly dropping the ball again and violating ethical guidelines by allowing a TV psychiatrist to exploit a situation involving a celebrity mental patient. Whoa. Those are by far the biggest words I’ve ever used in one sentence. Quick, get my camera.

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  2. trina

    The person who administered the medicine should be the one at fault. When does one have to be held accountable. I think you are right about the Quaid’s being able to sue because they have money. I had a tetanus shot and after becoming very sick and then finding out that it was mysteriously NOT in my medical records that I had one, could find no one to do anything about it. After all I am just a little working person who don’t make megabucks. My health is not important to anyone but me, so unfortunately I will just have to deal with it. My lung will not change and the doctor still gets to practice, even though she billed my insurance company. ATTORNEYS do not want justice, they just want money.

  3. TAMARA

    how ironic. the hospital i work at (just the info desk…nothing major) also had the same problem….with twins. ironic yet again

  4. Quaid’s babies were at an excellent hospital…some say the best in the region. Such things happen everywhere. The similar packaging of different dosages was a likely factor in the mistake.

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  7. Hi Guy’s,
    you need to file a lawsuit in order to get the hospital to review it’s procedures, and possibly fire the incompetents that did this, to prevent it from becoming a regular thing. the medical profession is mostly “self regulating”..

  8. hi,
    Just trying to help you out. Other than that, I have no reason for posting on this subject. Have a good day.

  9. Thanks for taking the time to write this post

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