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Erratum to: A long-term follow-up study investigating health-related quality of life and resource use in survivors of severe sepsis: comparison of recombinant human activated protein C with standard care

  • Christopher J Longo1Email author,
  • Daren K Heyland2,
  • Harold N Fisher3,
  • Robert A Fowler4,
  • Claudio M Martin5 and
  • Andrew G Day6
Critical Care200812:429

https://doi.org/10.1186/cc7031

Published: 16 October 2008

The original article was published in Critical Care 2007 11:R128

Following the publication of the above article [1], we discovered the omission of the legend from Figures 2 through Figure 5. The following legends should be included for each of these figures:

Figure 2 legend

Model based estimation for mean PCS and standard error bar for all patients. Average group differences: P = 0.04. APC, activated protein C; PCS, physical component score.

Figure 3 legend

Model based estimation for mean RP and standard error bar for all patients. Average group differences: P = 0.10. APC, activated protein C; RP, role physical.

Figure 4 legend

Model based estimation for mean BP and standard error bar for all patients. Average group differences: P = 0.14. APC, activated protein C; BP, bodily pain.

Figure 5 legend

Model based estimation for mean PF and standard error bar for all patients. Average group differences: P = 0.12. APC, activated protein C; PF, physical function.

Notes

Authors’ Affiliations

(1)
McMaster University
(2)
Kingston General Hospital, Queen's University
(3)
Eli Lilly Canada Inc.
(4)
Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre
(5)
London Health Sciences Centre
(6)
Clinical Research Centre, Kingston General Hospital

References

  1. Longo CJ, Heyland DK, Fisher HN, Fowler RA, Martin C, Day A: A long-term follow-up study investigating health-related quality of life and resource use in survivors of severe sepsis: comparison of recombinant human activated protein C with standard care. Crit Care 2007, 11: R128. 10.1186/cc6195PubMed CentralView ArticlePubMedGoogle Scholar

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