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Critical Care Medicine:
doi: 10.1097/01.ccm.0000434623.04608.80
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Daily Sedation Interruption Versus Targeted Light Sedation Strategies in ICU: Erratum

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In the article in the September 2013 supplement issue, beginning on page S39, there was an error in one of the footnotes for Table 1.

The first footnote underneath Table 1 should have read:

aAll values converted to and expressed as midazolam equivalents. Mean daily exposure in patients who received benzodiazepines is reported for the studies by Kress et al (10), Girard et al (19), Treggiari et al (28), and Mehta et al (35). Median daily exposure in patients who received benzodiazepines is reported for the studies by Bucknall et al (41) and Strom et al (31).

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Hughes CG, Girard TD. Pandharipande PP: Daily Sedation Interruption Versus Targeted Light Sedation Strategies in ICU Patients. Crit Care Med. 2013; 41:(Suppl 1)S39–S45

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