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Effects of Intravenous Sulfide During Resuscitated Porcine Hemorrhagic Shock: Erratum

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In the article on page 2157 of the July 2012 issue, there was an error, which is described below.

On page 2158, in the middle column, the next to last line reads:

pentobarbitone (0.14 mg·kg−1·hr−1).

It should be corrected to:

pentobarbitone (8 mg·kg−1·hr−1).

In fact, 0.14 is the infusion rate in mL/kg·hr,which has to be multiplied by the concentration of pentobarbitone (57.6 mg/mL) in the infused solution.

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REFERENCE

Bracht H, Scheuerle A, Gröger M, et al. Effects of intravenous sulfide during resuscitated porcine hemorrhagic shock. Crit Care Med. 2012;40:2157–2167

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