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HIV infection is independently associated with frailty in middle-aged HIV type 1-infected individuals compared with similar but uninfected controls

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doi: 10.1097/01.aids.0000489141.11040.91
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There is a contradiction between the P values reported in the abstract and those reported in the manuscript text of this article by Kooij et al. [1]. The P values reported in the results section of the manuscript are correct. In the abstract the P value for current BMI less than less than 20 kg/m2 should be P = 0.01 and not P < 0.001, and for nadir BMI less than 20 kg/m2 should be P = 0.001 and not P < 0.001).

The corrected abstract text should have read: “Within the HIV-infected group, parameters related to body composition were most strongly and independently associated with prefrailty/frailty: current BMI less than 20 kg/m2 (OR 2.83, P = 0.01), nadir BMI less than 20 kg/m2 (OR 2.51, P = 0.001) and waist-to-hip ratio (OR 1.79 per 0.1 higher, P < 0.001).”

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1. Kooij KW, Wit FWNM, Schouten J, van der Valk M, Godfried MH, Stolte IG, et al. HIV infection is independently associated with frailty in middle-aged HIV type 1-infected individuals compared with similar but uninfected controls. AIDS 2016; 30:241–250.
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