Comparison of Ketamine Plus Midazolam Versus Ketamine for Sedation in Children During Lumbar Puncture: Erratum

Clinical Journal of Pain:
doi: 10.1097/AJP.0b013e3182263196
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    Comparison of Ketamine Plus Midazolam Versus Ketamine for Sedation in Children During Lumbar Puncture: Erratum

    In the letter that appeared on page 349 of the May 2009 issue, the author neglected to cite in text and include in the reference list the reference to the study being referred to in following sentence: “In a randomized controlled study, we compared ketamine alone and ketamine plus midazolam sedation in terms of efficacy and adverse events in children undergoing lumbar punctures for suspected meningitis.”

    The reference that should have been cited and included in the reference list is as follows:

    Dilli D, Dallar Y, Sorgui NH. Intravenous ketamine plus midazolam vs. intravenous ketamine for sedation in lumbar puncture: a randomized controlled trial. Indian Pediatr. 2008;45:899–904.

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    REFERENCE

    1. Dilli D, Dallar Y, Sorguç NH. Comparison of ketamine plus midazolam versus ketamine for sedation in children during lumbar puncture. Clin J Pain.. 2009;25:349–350
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