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Patient Safety Primer. An obstetric nurse connects a bag of pain medication intended for an epidural catheter to the mother's intravenous IV line, resulting in a fatal cardiac arrest. Newborns in a neonatal intensive care unit are given full-dose heparin instead of low-dose flushes, leading to three deaths from intracranial bleeding. An elderly man experiences cardiac arrest while hospitalized, but when the code blue team arrives, they are unable to administer a potentially life-saving shock because the defibrillator pads and the defibrillator itself cannot be physically connected. Busy health care workers rely on equipment to carry out life-saving interventions, with the underlying assumption that technology will improve outcomes.