The steady drip of price gouging

 - IV, intravenous, saline
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Charges for intravenous saline given to patients in one food poisoning outbreak varied from single to triple digits, and were even higher when hospitals added in administration costs. The New York Times attempted to track how an item that Medicare prices at $1.07 a liter could become so inflated.