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Frequency of frustration of the medical staff due to drug shortage

This statistic shows a percentage of U.S. american hospitals, experiencing a certain drug shortage of individual drugs in June 2011 and reporting the impact on patient care. 58 percent of the hospitals stated that rarely a patient received a less effective drug.

Frequency with which the medical staff expresses frustration with the pharmacist or hospital leadership as a result of drug storage in 2011

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Release date

July 2011

Region

United States

Survey time period

June 2011

Number of respondents

820 hospitals

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