Fam Pract Manag. 2002 Jan;9(1):14.
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The admit order for community-acquired pneumonia, one of the orders mentioned in the October 2001 issue [“30 Standardized Hospital Admission Orders,” page 49] listed the wrong dosage of Zithromax. The dosage should be 250 mg, not 25 mg.
The November/December 2001 Practice Diary contained an editorial error. In the vignette titled “Networking” [page 50], the word echocardiogram was mistakenly replaced with the abbreviation ECG. We apologize to Dr. Brown for our mistake.
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