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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

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.

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    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/cc6195

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Longo, C.J., Heyland, D.K., Fisher, H.N. et al. 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. Crit Care 12, 429 (2008). https://doi.org/10.1186/cc7031

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