However, the report said the pace of change is painfully slow, and the death rate of medical errors in the past five years has not changed much, USA Today reports. According to the report, 5 percent ventilation 8 percent of patients in the ICU develop pneumonia, although hospitals could be virtually eliminated the problem with bed height, drugs and periodic breathing tests.. As many as 98,000 U.S. Citizens continue to die each year because of medical errors, despite an unprecedented focus on patient safety, according to the publication of the 2000th Institute of Medicine report on the issue reported, according to a report Wednesday in the Journal of the American Medical Association, USA Today published. ‘s new report written by researchers at Harvard School of Public Health, 5 percentays some hospitals have significant improvements in patient safety in the past five years.

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