Nurse discovered mold in New Jersey compounder’s product

A sharp-eyed nurse at Yale-New Haven Hospital in Connecticut is being credited with raising a warning last week about floating mold in vital intravenous drugs, prompting a mass recall — and possibly averting serious infections in patients in at least four states. The nurse spotted the debris in a bag of magnesium sulfate IV solution as part of a routine safety check, according to spokesman Rob Hutchison.

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