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In the original contribution titled "Intensive Study and Treatment of Shock in Man" (199:779-790 [March 13]), a misset line corrupted the meaning of a sentence. On p 781, in the second paragraph of hypothesis 4, the third sentence of the paragraph should read as follows: "This may be because when adequate volume is administered and right heart venous return and central venous pressure are normal, the right heart puts out an increased volume which is partially blocked by vasoconstricted pulmonary arterioles and thrombosed capillaries." (Italics indicate substitute for "Animal work in our laboratory," as published in line 12 of the paragraph.)
Addle Line. JAMA. 1967;201(13):1014. doi:10.1001/jama.1967.03130130040010
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