Done nomogram

Done nomogram

specific nomogram in common use that describes toxicity resulting from salicylate overdose based on blood levels sampled at a fixed timepoint postingestion (usually 6 hours). Regarded by some clinicians as unreliable.
[A. K. Done]

Done nomogram

a graph on which a number of variables are plotted so that the value of a dependent variable can be read on the appropriate line when the values of the other variables are given.
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These factors markedly limit the utility of the Done Nomogram (102), which has been purported to predict toxicity after a single acute ingestion of salicylates in patients with unaffected renal function, volume, acid-base status, and without co-ingestants.
Evaluation of the validity of the Done nomogram in the management of acute salicylate intoxication.