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Rapid response systems

Kenneth M Hillman
Med J Aust 2015; 202 (10): 523. || doi: 10.5694/mja14.01655
Published online: 1 June 2015

In reply: Many thanks to Buist for his comments. He is quite correct in pointing out that we used the wrong reference.1 The correct reference was another study showing that the mortality of patients subject to a rapid response system (RRS) was higher than that for patients in an intensive care unit.2 Our apologies for this error.

  • Kenneth M Hillman

  • University of New South Wales, Sydney, NSW.

Correspondence: k.hillman@unsw.edu.au

Acknowledgements: 

I am supported by NHMRC Project Grants AP10009916 and APP1020660.

Competing interests:

No relevant disclosures.

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