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on page 5A under point 7 the word ‘inhibitor’ is misspelled.
Hope there will be several new editions of this gem!
Protocol 03 – Cardiogenic Shock
Second Author should be Nic Thompson
Protocol 22 – Status Epilepticus
Propofol Infusion loading dose should read 1.5-2 mg/kg bolus
Misspelling of levetiracetam
Protocol 49B – Transvenous Pacemaker Insertion
Transvenous pacing is not usually effective in poisoning-induced bradycardias.
The hypothermic bradycardic patient is generally unresponsive to electrical stimulation (and atropine).
Protocol 5B – Hypertensive Encephalopathy
Eliminate retinal hemorrhage or exudate from Bullet 3
Put in line about checking echo before heavy beta-blockade to make sure no cardiomyopathy
In tabel, PTU should read “500-1000 mcg”, not “100”
Protocol 17 – Trach Disasters
Consider indenting 5-8 under obstruction section
Protocol 46 – Neuroprotective Intubation
Item #1 link to 48 should be link to 43
Item #9: Propofol starting dose reads 15 mcg/min., should read 15 mcg/kg/min
Item#9:Link to 46 should be link to 47
Item # 1: Reference Protocol 46-Neuroprotective Intubation
Change Keppra to new dosing
And at last I’d like to make a recommendation: Consider making the register fitting to the corresponding protocols. As the first Section overview page has 20 thumb-register fields, but the following protocols only add up to 18 leads to a width-discrepancy in the thumb-register. Putting my thumb on the register for protocol 17, and fanning through the book until I see a white field beneath my thumb makes me stop at protocol 15. You might want to consider adapting the size of the thumb-register fields in the protocols to match the size in the index in order to further “fool-proof” this book and to eliminate the potential for error.
from Peter Seiler from Germany
Change CTA to CTA with delayed phase
Add intubation with DuCanto
PAGE 56 ON THYROTOXICOSIS
PTU load 500-100 mg. Di you mean 500-1000 mg?
PAGE 95. Transvenous pacing.
In the sentence: “…not usually effective IN poisoning bradycardia.
I would replace ‘cardiac enzymes’ with ‘cardiac biomarkers’. This occurs several times in the manual.