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World Nurse accused of tampering with drips at hospital, killing dozens of people

19:26  11 july  2018
19:26  11 july  2018 Source:   foxnews.com

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A Japanese nurse is accused of tampering with the medical devices of dozens of near-death patients in order to kill them while she was off duty -- all so she could avoid delivering A Japanese nurse was accused of tampering with intravenous drip bags at the hospital she worked at. (iStock).

A former nurse has admitted tampering with intravenous drips in a mass poisoning case that police believe led to the deaths of dozens of patients at a hospital in Japan two years ago. Ayumi Kuboki, 31, was arrested at the weekend on suspicion of killing Sozo Nishikawa, 88

A Japanese nurse was accused of tampering with intravenous drip bags at the hospital where she worked. © Provided by This content is subject to copyright. A Japanese nurse was accused of tampering with intravenous drip bags at the hospital where she worked. A Japanese nurse is accused of tampering with the medical devices of dozens of near-death patients in order to kill them while she was off duty — all so she could avoid delivering the news to the patients' grieving families.

Ayumi Kuboki, 31, was arrested Saturday in connection with the death of Sozo Nishikawa, 88, who was poisoned in 2016 at the Oguchi Hospital in Yokohama, the Japan Times reported.

Kuboki told investigators she did not like the responsibility of telling a patient’s family a loved one had passed away. She allegedly targeted patients who were close to death by tampering with their intravenous drips so another nurse on duty would have to inform the person’s family of their death.

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Four of the 20 people believed to have been poisoned at the hospital died. "We are aware Greater Manchester Police have arrested a 46-year-old man on suspicion of tampering with prescription charts," Chris Burke, head of the Stockport NHS Foundation Trust, said in a statement.

Doctors said Nishikawa died of natural causes, but Kuboki would later admit to injecting Nishikawa’s intravenous drip bag with a disinfectant, The Guardian reported. She reportedly admitted to poisoning Nobuo Yamaki, 88, who was a patient on the same floor as Nishikawa. She's accused of killing another 20 patients in a similar way.

Some 48 patients died at the hospital from “unusual circumstances” during a three-month span in 2016, including five people in one day. Police launched an investigation after discovering traces of benzalkonium chloride in the nurses’ station, the same chemical found in Yamaki and Nishikawa.

Kuboki’s former co-workers said they were shocked to hear about the nurse’s arrest.

"We had had no inkling that she was a problem employee,” one co-worker told Asahi Shimbun newspaper.

Another said: “She was the kind of person who was hard to figure out … but she was considered competent."


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