Second class care ends nurse career.Elizabeth Chafwa, aged 30, gave "second class care", it was alleged yesterday.
She was found guilty of five charges of misconduct at a hearing of the Nursing and Midwifery Council.
On one occasion she gave the wrong drug to a patient and twice she failed to record that she had administered warfarin to a patient while she worked at the Aberford Hall Home in Leeds, the NMC heard.
She also failed to record that a patient had been bandaged and failed to ensure patients took their medication, the NMC heard.
An additional accusation was that the nurse spoke inappropriately to a patient.
Liz McAnulty, NMC director of fitness to practise, said: "These offences add up to a catalogue of poor nursing and a poor attitude by Mrs Chafwa towards her patients.
"In order to ensure the public is protected from this second class care, she has been removed from the register."