Patient’s death on stroke/neurology ward was preventable: coroner

A series of critical errors and failings on a stroke and neurology ward led to the preventable death of a man from opioid toxicity at an Adelaide public hospital, a coroner has found. Stephen Atkins died from fentanyl and oxycodone toxicity after being admitted for treatment of neuropathic pain at Flinders Medical Centre in March ...

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