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Erratum  |   May 2000
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Erratum   |   May 2000
Author Correction
Anesthesiology 5 2000, Vol.92, 1515. doi:
Anesthesiology 5 2000, Vol.92, 1515. doi:
Table 1. For the Laboratory Investigation by Liu et al.  published in the March 2000 issue of Anesthesiology (2000; 92:833–40), the authors would like to make the following corrections: On page 836, left column, paragraph 5, lines 2–6, the sentence “Ischemia followed by reperfusion caused a significant increase (twofold at 30 min of reperfusion;P  < 0.01) in microvascular permeability (Kfc) in the IR group, relative to the control group (fig. 2)” was erroneously presented. The sentence should have read:“Ischemia followed by reperfusion caused a significant increase (fourfold at 30 min of reperfusion;P  < 0.01) in microvascular permeability (Kfc) in the IR group, relative to the baseline value (fig. 2).” In the Discussion section, page 837, paragraph 1, right column, lines 1–6, the meaning of the following sentence was changed during the English translation. “Therefore, administration of 1 MAC isoflurane or sevoflurane before ischemia significantly attenuated the increase in Kfc (fig. 2) and wet-to-dry weight ratio (fig. 3), inhibited the release of LDH (fig. 4) and TNF-α (fig. 6), and reduced the production of NO metabolites (fig. 5) in the perfusate after IR.” The sentence should have read as follows:“Therefore, administration of 1 MAC isoflurane or sevoflurane before ischemia significantly attenuated the increase in Kfc (fig. 2) and wet-to-dry weight ratio (fig. 3) and inhibited the release of LDH (fig. 4) and TNF-α (fig. 6) and the reduced production of NO metabolites (fig. 5) in the perfusate after IR.”
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Table 1. For the Laboratory Investigation by Liu et al.  published in the March 2000 issue of Anesthesiology (2000; 92:833–40), the authors would like to make the following corrections: On page 836, left column, paragraph 5, lines 2–6, the sentence “Ischemia followed by reperfusion caused a significant increase (twofold at 30 min of reperfusion;P  < 0.01) in microvascular permeability (Kfc) in the IR group, relative to the control group (fig. 2)” was erroneously presented. The sentence should have read:“Ischemia followed by reperfusion caused a significant increase (fourfold at 30 min of reperfusion;P  < 0.01) in microvascular permeability (Kfc) in the IR group, relative to the baseline value (fig. 2).” In the Discussion section, page 837, paragraph 1, right column, lines 1–6, the meaning of the following sentence was changed during the English translation. “Therefore, administration of 1 MAC isoflurane or sevoflurane before ischemia significantly attenuated the increase in Kfc (fig. 2) and wet-to-dry weight ratio (fig. 3), inhibited the release of LDH (fig. 4) and TNF-α (fig. 6), and reduced the production of NO metabolites (fig. 5) in the perfusate after IR.” The sentence should have read as follows:“Therefore, administration of 1 MAC isoflurane or sevoflurane before ischemia significantly attenuated the increase in Kfc (fig. 2) and wet-to-dry weight ratio (fig. 3) and inhibited the release of LDH (fig. 4) and TNF-α (fig. 6) and the reduced production of NO metabolites (fig. 5) in the perfusate after IR.”
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Table 1. For the Laboratory Investigation by Liu et al.  published in the March 2000 issue of Anesthesiology (2000; 92:833–40), the authors would like to make the following corrections: On page 836, left column, paragraph 5, lines 2–6, the sentence “Ischemia followed by reperfusion caused a significant increase (twofold at 30 min of reperfusion;P  < 0.01) in microvascular permeability (Kfc) in the IR group, relative to the control group (fig. 2)” was erroneously presented. The sentence should have read:“Ischemia followed by reperfusion caused a significant increase (fourfold at 30 min of reperfusion;P  < 0.01) in microvascular permeability (Kfc) in the IR group, relative to the baseline value (fig. 2).” In the Discussion section, page 837, paragraph 1, right column, lines 1–6, the meaning of the following sentence was changed during the English translation. “Therefore, administration of 1 MAC isoflurane or sevoflurane before ischemia significantly attenuated the increase in Kfc (fig. 2) and wet-to-dry weight ratio (fig. 3), inhibited the release of LDH (fig. 4) and TNF-α (fig. 6), and reduced the production of NO metabolites (fig. 5) in the perfusate after IR.” The sentence should have read as follows:“Therefore, administration of 1 MAC isoflurane or sevoflurane before ischemia significantly attenuated the increase in Kfc (fig. 2) and wet-to-dry weight ratio (fig. 3) and inhibited the release of LDH (fig. 4) and TNF-α (fig. 6) and the reduced production of NO metabolites (fig. 5) in the perfusate after IR.”
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Table 1. For the Laboratory Investigation by Liu et al.  published in the March 2000 issue of Anesthesiology (2000; 92:833–40), the authors would like to make the following corrections: On page 836, left column, paragraph 5, lines 2–6, the sentence “Ischemia followed by reperfusion caused a significant increase (twofold at 30 min of reperfusion;P  < 0.01) in microvascular permeability (Kfc) in the IR group, relative to the control group (fig. 2)” was erroneously presented. The sentence should have read:“Ischemia followed by reperfusion caused a significant increase (fourfold at 30 min of reperfusion;P  < 0.01) in microvascular permeability (Kfc) in the IR group, relative to the baseline value (fig. 2).” In the Discussion section, page 837, paragraph 1, right column, lines 1–6, the meaning of the following sentence was changed during the English translation. “Therefore, administration of 1 MAC isoflurane or sevoflurane before ischemia significantly attenuated the increase in Kfc (fig. 2) and wet-to-dry weight ratio (fig. 3), inhibited the release of LDH (fig. 4) and TNF-α (fig. 6), and reduced the production of NO metabolites (fig. 5) in the perfusate after IR.” The sentence should have read as follows:“Therefore, administration of 1 MAC isoflurane or sevoflurane before ischemia significantly attenuated the increase in Kfc (fig. 2) and wet-to-dry weight ratio (fig. 3) and inhibited the release of LDH (fig. 4) and TNF-α (fig. 6) and the reduced production of NO metabolites (fig. 5) in the perfusate after IR.”
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