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March 12, 2007

Error in Dose Equation in: A Method of Determining the Dose of Digoxin for Heart Failure in the Modern Era

Arch Intern Med. 2007;167(5):496. doi:10.1001/archinte.167.5.496

Error in Dose Equation. In the Original Investigation by Bauman et al titled “A Method of Determining the Dose of Digoxin for Heart Failure in the Modern Era” published in the December 11/25, 2006, issue of the ARCHIVES (2006;166:2539-2545), there is an error in the second equation in the “Dosing Equation and Comparison With Existing Methods” subsection on page 2541. It should read as follows:

Dose = −2.247 + (0.0244 × Clcr) + (0.0383 × IBW).

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