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Erratum to: Outcome of haematology patients admitted to intensive care in a tertiary centre: primary heamtological diagnosis, recent chemotherapy and bone marrow transplantation are not associated with outcome

  • Ricardo Jose1Email author,
  • Isla MacDonald1,
  • Paul Pfeffer1,
  • Steve Shaw1 and
  • Banwari Agarwal1
Critical Care201216:435

https://doi.org/10.1186/cc11424

Published: 19 July 2012

The original article was published in Critical Care 2011 15:P497

After publication of their conference abstract [1], the authors found the following error:

In the 'Results' section, "Of the 97 patients, NHL (30.9%) and AML (26.8%) accounted for most haematological diagnoses. A total 24.7% were post-BMT, and 36.1% had chemotherapy within a month of admission or on the ICU", the proportion of patients with NHL should be 28% and for those post-BMT it should be 28%.

Notes

Declarations

Authors’ Affiliations

(1)
Royal Free Hospital, London, UK

References

  1. José R, McDonald I, Pfeffer P, Shaw S, Agarwal B: Outcome of haematology patients admitted to intensive care in a tertiary centre: primary haematological diagnosis, recent chemotherapy and bone marrow transplantation are not associated with outcome. Crit Care. 2011, 15 (Suppl 1): P497-10.1186/cc9917.PubMed CentralView ArticleGoogle Scholar

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