Source:

Nursing2015

June 2006, Volume 36 Number 6 , p 8 - 8 [FREE]

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Abstract

In the article “Shades of Sedation” in the April issue, the dosage for propofol was given incorrectly in the table Drugs used for moderate sedation and analgesia. Please see the propofol prescribing information for specifics when administering this drug. In addition, nurse-administered procedural sedation isn't permitted in Maryland.

 

In the article "Shades of Sedation" in the April issue, the dosage for propofol was given incorrectly in the table Drugs used for moderate sedation and analgesia. Please see the propofol prescribing information for specifics when administering this drug. In addition, nurse-administered procedural sedation isn't permitted in Maryland.

 

A corrected version of the article is available at http://www.nursing2006.com and http://www.nursingcenter.com

In the article "Shades of Sedation" in the April issue, the dosage for propofol was given incorrectly in the table Drugs used for moderate sedation and analgesia. Please see the propofol prescribing information for specifics when administering this drug. In addition, nurse-administered procedural sedation isn't permitted in Maryland.

A corrected version of the article is available at http://www.nursing2006.com and http://www.nursingcenter.com