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Correction to: The future of intensive care: delirium should no longer be an issue
Critical Care volume 26, Article number: 285 (2022)
Correction to: Crit Care (2022) 26:200 https://doi.org/10.1186/s13054-022-04077-y
Following publication of the original article , the authors identified a citation error in the Future Delirium Monitoring section and the author name Shawniqua Williams Roberson. The family name contained an error.
The updated paragraph 4 in the Future Delirium Monitoring section is given below which now indicates the correct reference number 89 and the reference is included within this correction article.
Future Delirium Monitoring
One exception is the DeltaScan monitor, with fair (69%) sensitivity and fair (69%) specificity, meaning that further improvement is necessary .
The incorrect author name is: Given Name: Shawniqua Given Name: Williams Family Name: Roberson.
The correct author name is: Given Name: Shawniqua Family Name: Williams Roberson.
The citation and reference and author group has been updated in this correction article and the original article  has been corrected.
Kotfis K, van Diem-Zaal I, Roberson SW, et al. The future of intensive care: delirium should no longer be an issue. Crit Care. 2022;26:200. https://doi.org/10.1186/s13054-022-04077-y.
Prolira BV. Clinical Validation Summary DeltaScan for Software Version V2.0 and V2.2. Document version 3.0 (14-Jul-2021), p. 6
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Kotfis, K., van Diem‑Zaal, I., Williams Roberson, S. et al. Correction to: The future of intensive care: delirium should no longer be an issue. Crit Care 26, 285 (2022). https://doi.org/10.1186/s13054-022-04128-4