The NHS is so understaffed it feels "more like a conveyor belt" a frustrated nurse has told Good Morning Britain.
The nurse said she had put a patient's life at risk "on many occasions" because she does not have time to monitor their vital signs.
She added: "I have been on duty where there has been one nurse to 14 patients. Elderly patients, who are totally dependent on you for their care needs."
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