Liquid formula or medication intended for delivery into the stomach via a feeding tube or nasogastric (NG) tube is connected to an intravenous (IV) line, delivering the formula or medication into the bloodstream. A noninvasive blood pressure inflation tube is connected to an IV line, delivering air under pressure into the bloodstream and causing an air embolism. IV fluids are connected to the inflation cuff on a breathing tube (tracheostomy or endotracheal tube) and deliver a large volume of fluid to a fixed volume device designed to be filled with air (the cuff), resulting in airway obstruction. A tube feeding is connected to a peritoneal dialysis catheter, delivering formula that had been intended for the stomach to the abdominal (peritoneal) cavity.