Enhanced Recovery After Surgery program for elective abdominal surgery at three Victorian hospitals Thompson EGE, Gower ST, Beilby DS, Sophie S, Tomlinson S, Guest GD, Richard R, Serpell JS, Myles PS The fourth author's name should read S. Wallace and the seventh author's name should read R. Cade.
The fourth author's affiliation should read Department of Anaesthesia and Perioperative Medicine, Alfred Hospital and the ninth author's affiliation should read Department of Anaesthesia and Perioperative Medicine, Alfred Hospital and Monash University.
The third paragraph in the first column of page 453 should read: 6. Urinary tract infection--The presence of >105 bacteria/ml with the presence of white cells in the urine in previously clear urine.
Anaesth Intensive Care 2008; 36:822-829
Acid-base effects of a bicarbonate-balanced priming fluid during cardiopulmonary bypass: comparison with Plasma-Lyte 148. A randomised single-blinded study
Morgan TJ, Venkatesh B, Power G, Jones M
The second paragraph in the second column of page 823 should read:
Measurements at each time point included pH, PaCO2, and haemoglobin concentration, plus plasma concentrations of ionised calcium and L-lactate, (ABL 600, Radiometer, Copenhagen). Blood was also placed in glass tubes containing lithium heparin (Vacutainer, Becton Dickinson, North Ryde, Australia) for later measurement of plasma sodium, potassium, chloride, albumin and phosphate concentrations (Hitachi 747, Boehringer Manheim, Indianapolis, IN). No fluids apart from prime were infused in the interval between T1 and T2. Between T2 and T3, cardioplegia was administered, with additional Plasma-Lyte 148 boluses if volume supplementation was required.
|Printer friendly Cite/link Email Feedback|
|Title Annotation:||Case Report|
|Publication:||Anaesthesia and Intensive Care|
|Article Type:||Correction notice|
|Date:||Jul 1, 2012|
|Previous Article:||Gabapentin in the treatment of post-dural puncture headache: a case series.|
|Next Article:||Circumcision of neonates and children without appropriate anaesthesia is unacceptable practice.|