This case takes place in Nevada and involves a 70-year-old female who presented to a cardiothoracic surgeon for a lung biopsy after complaints of difficulty breathing and possible signs and symptoms of lung cancer. The CT surgeon prescribed Amiadarone; however the patient was already taking Ziprasidone and therefore Amiadarone was contraindicated. Upon presenting to the pharmacy with the prescription, the pharmacist was immediately aware of the contraindication and phoned the prescribing cardiothoracic surgeon. However, the prescribing cardiothoracic surgeon insisted that the patient would be fine and that he would monitor her with weekly EKGs. During the patients first 3 weekly EKG visits, the results were non-significant. However, she died of a heart attack before the 4th weekly EKG visit and the autopsy indicates the cause of her death was a drug interaction.