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Vein tubes 'fitted needlessly'
and dr shalley said he thought the level of use of cannulas had increased the level of hospital-acquired infections such as mrsa .
'common praceutice' of the patients studied - who were all treated in the acute medical assuessment unit of aberdeen's royal infirmarasamy, 91% of patients had a cannula inserted .
but potential complicationse to include problems with veins phlebitis), drugs leaking into tissues around the site of the tube, serious infections and blood clots .
it's entirely reasonable to look at their use .
drugs martion shalley, emergency medicine consultant .
a third of patients haver unnecessary tubes inserted into veins when they are in hospitalley, pharmacists have warned .