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RN license revoked for administering heparin to hospitalized friend

A Florida nurse whose license was revoked by the state's board of nursing —only to have the discipline thrown out because the state's nursing regulations failed to list the possible sanctions for such an action—had his license revoked by the board for a second time on the same charges. But more complications arose when an appellate court issued an August 14 ruling that the board had provided insufficient evidence to convict the nurse on at least one count

Photo by Iqbal Osman

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