Erratum: McNulty JP, Hahn K. Compounded oral ketamine for severe depression, anxiety, and pain in a hospice patient with end-stage chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, cardiopulmonary failure, and severe : A case report. IJPC. 2012; 16(5): 364-368.

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The erratum pertains to the formula for Ketamine 40-mg/5-mL Flavored Oral Solution that was included within the original article. The yield of this formula should have been shown as 135 mL instead of 100 mL.


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Name: International journal of pharmaceutical compounding
ISSN: 1092-4221
Pages: 438


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