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NOTICE: THE SECOND PRINTING OF THE HANDBOOK HAS BEEN DONE. ALL THE ERRATA LISTED BELOW HAVE BEEN CORRECTED.

From the Committee on Critical Care and Nutrition, Philippine College of Surgeons 2016

ERRATA: Handbook of Critical Care and Surgical Nutrition 2015 First Edition (Philippine College of Surgeons)

This contains the list of errors found in the handbook together with the corrections

If you note more errors not found in the list please notify us at: llido2001@gmail.com or luisito_llido@yahoo.com

Gratefully yours.

Dr. Luisito Llido, Chairman, Committee on Critical Care and Nutrition 2015, Philippine College of Surgeons

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No.
LOCATION ERRATUM / CORRECTION TO BE DONE CORRECTION
1
Page 6: line of Dr. Hasan Alam No state of Michigan in his address insert Michigan after Ann Arbor
2
Page 10: box with title “Anatomic Differences Between the Pediatric and Adult Airways”, 3rd bullet C3, C4, C% C3,C4,C5
3
Page 25: Table 1-5: row 4 (see Mallampati classification) (see Fig 1-11: Mallampati classification)
4
Page 28: Figure 1-12 No SGA insert Insert should be: “SGA = SupraGlottic Airway
5
Page 36: 11th line but perfusion is disproportionately low or absent (i.e embolic phenomena, hypoperfusion states with reduced pulmonary blood flow, and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. > no closing parenthesis but perfusion is disproportionately low or absent (i.e embolic phenomena, hypoperfusion states with reduced pulmonary blood flow, and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.)
6
Page 42: Reference 3 (3rd reference from the attachment respiratory monitoring by Crimi & Hess you sent by email)

3. Crimi E and Hess D. “Respiratory Monitoring”, Chap 2 in Critical Care Handbook of the Massachusetts General Hospital, 5th ed., Bigatello LM et al eds., Philadelphia, Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins, 2010.

7
Page 50: B. Time Cycled Breath (“Pressure Controlled Breath”) PCV PCB
8
Page 56:
  1.  
  2. Initial FiO2 levels should be 1.0. the FiO2 thereafter can be titrated downward to maintain the SPO2 at 92%-94%.in severe acute respiratory distress syndrome, an SPO2 of 88% or more may be acceptable to minimize complications of mechanical ventilation.
  1.  
  2. Initial FiO2 levels should be 1.0. The FiO2 thereafter can be titrated downward to maintain the SPO2 at 92%-94%. In severe acute respiratory distress syndrome, an SPO2 of 88% or more may be acceptable to minimize complications of mechanical ventilation.
9
Page 59 II. Spontaneous Breathing Trial II. Spontaneous Breathing Trial (=SBT)
10
Page 69: 3rd line Table 1 Table 2-1
11
Page 70: 1st line Table 2 Table 2-2
12
Page 90: line of Dr. Hasan B. Alam No state of Michigan in his address insert Michigan after Ann Arbor
13
Page 98:  2nd bullet under Solid Organs FAST FAST (= Focused Assessment with Sonography for Trauma)
14
Page 110: 4th bullet under Coagulopathy (See Section on Transfusion) (See Section 5: Transfusion)
15
Page 115 Additional Reference: 12 12 Ustin J & Alam H. “Critical Care of the Trauma Patient”, Chap 9 in Critical Care Handbook of the Massachusetts General Hospital, 5th ed., Bigatello LM et al eds., Philadelphia, Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins, 2010.
16
Page 116: line of Dr. Hasan B. Alam No state of Michigan in his address insert Michigan after Ann Arbor
17
Page 117: formula for volume to transfuse; 4th bullet Volume to transfuse = ({Hct desired] –present]) x BV / [Hct transfused blood] Volume to transfuse = ([Hct desired] – [Hct present]) x BV / [Hct transfused blood]
18

Page 123: line 4

d. Table 2

d. Table 5-2

19
Page 123: table Table 2: Treatment of Suspected Acute Hemolytic Transfusion Reaction Table 5-2: Treatment of Suspected Acute Hemolytic Transfusion Reaction
20
Page 130 Additional Reference: 19 19 Ustin J & Alam H. “Transfusion Medicine”, Chap 35 in Critical Care Handbook of the Massachusetts General Hospital, 5th ed., Bigatello LM et al eds., Philadelphia, Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins, 2010.
21 Page 132

Formula for MAP (Mean Arterial Pressure) MAP = DBP+SBP - SBP/3

 

MAP = [(2 x DBP) + SBP] / 3

22
Page 134: 5. Pulmonary Artery Occlusion Pressure (PAOD) Pulmonary Artery Occlusion Pressure PAOD Pulmonary Artery Occlusion Pressure PAOP
23
Page 177: hyponatremia example Na+ deficit = [135-serum Na+] x 50 kg x 0.6 x 15 = 450 mEq/L Na+ deficit = [135-serum Na+] x 50 kg x 0.6 = 450 mEq/L
24
Page 190: 5.c. Pre-caution Precaution
25
Page 191: 2. 2 Indications for WHOLE BLOOD and FRESH WHOLE BLOOD transfusion 2 Indications for WHOLE BLOOD and FRESH WHOLE BLOOD transfusion (See Section 5: VI Massive Transfusions, page 125)
26 Page 199

pedelect

This is the corrected table

27
page 217: last line Table 1 and 2 values Table 12-1 and 12-2 values
28
Page 220: 3.a. . . . cardia arrest . . . cardiac arrest
29
Page 220: 3.b Hypomagensemia Hypomagnesemia
30
Page 223: GRV d, third bullet 3. like: erythromycin or? like: erythromycin.
31
Page 224: 4.a - second bullet Micronutrients . . . Tables 1 and 2 Micronutrients . . . Tables 12-1 and 12-2
32
Page 226: Reference 11 Doig G et al. JAMA 2013. Doig G et al. Early parenteral nutrition in critically ill patients with short-term relative contraindications to early enteral nutrition: a randomized controlled trial. JAMA 2013: 309(20): 2130-8.
33
Pages 228 and 229 Advanced directive There is no d = advance directive
34
Page 238: First line (See also Section 8 on Brain Death, Critical Care of the Neurologic Patient) (See also Section 8 on Brain Death, Critical Care of the Neurologic Patient, page 166)

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