On page 267 of the Clinical Evidence Review article titled “Effects of Local Anesthetics on Pain With Intravenous Catheter Insertion” by Margo Halm, published in the May 2008 issue of AJCC (2008;17[5]: 265–268), an in-text reference to a study by Brown (Brown J. Registered nurses’ choices regarding the use of intradermal lidocaine for intravenous insertions: the challenge of changing practice. Pain Manag Nurs. 2002;3[2]:71–76) incorrectly substituted the word intravenous for the word intradermal. The sentence should have read, “Brown found that only 30% of registered nurses always offered intradermal lidocaine to reduce patients’ fear and pain.…” We regret the error.

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