Top 10 infection control, patient safety stories in June

A lawsuit involving a patient too large for an MRI machine most captured readers' attention in June.

Here are the 10 most-read stories from Becker's Clinical Leadership & Infection Control for last month, beginning with the most popular:

1. Patient too large for MRI machine sues Oregon hospital for $7M

2. Second body found at San Francisco hospital in 1 week

3. Houston hospital suspends heart transplants after recent deaths: 7 things to know

4. Lawsuit accuses HCA hospital of covering up medical error that led to patient's death

5. Bone, blood, bugs found on instruments at Denver hospital after surgical breach, report says

6. State declares 'immediate jeopardy' at UC San Diego hospital over dirty surgical instruments

7. Why Cleveland Clinic, Kaiser are touting group appointments for patients

8. Physicians claim Mississippi children's hospital had 'pervasive mold and cockroaches'

9. Kansas hospital asked nurses to falsify records to pump up inpatient numbers, inspectors say

10. Rhode Island Hospital to invest $1M in training after 4 patient errors in 4 weeks

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