Windows use in medical spaces (Re: vintage computers in active use)
toby at telegraphics.com.au
Fri May 27 19:22:52 CDT 2016
On 2016-05-27 7:37 PM, Ali wrote:
>> After all, what could possibly go wrong?
> To quote your article:
> "Based upon the available information, the cause for the reported event was due to the customer not following instructions concerning the installation of anti-virus software; therefore, there is no indication that the reported event was related to product malfunction or defect"
> You can hardly blame windows for the stupidity of people. This could also happen w/ discreet stupid devices - say a fluro machine. If the RN picks up the 10K/cc heparin instead of 1K/cc vial and gives you four ccs you are pretty SOL.
Oh, I know this resulted from *people* not thinking it through.
One of the results of not thinking it through was picking Windows.
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