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Acute Liver Injury Among Pediatric Liver Transplantation Recipients With Coronavirus Disease 2019: An International Collaborative Study: Erratum

Journal of Pediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition: January 2022 - Volume 74 - Issue 1 - p 171
doi: 10.1097/MPG.0000000000003323
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In the article by Sin et al that appeared in the September 2021 issue of the journal, “Acute Liver Injury Among Pediatric Liver Transplantation Recipients With Coronavirus Disease 2019: An International Collaborative Study,” there was an error in the Results section in the last paragraph with two values missing a 0.

In the original version, the text read:

“Patients who were diagnosed with COVID-19 and who had received their LTs <6 months prior had a greater number of hospital admissions (6/6 vs 9/22, P = 0.013), more complicated disease courses (6/6 vs 12/22, P = 0.49), and higher prevalence of ALI (6/6 vs 11/22, P = 0.033) and acute GR (2/6 vs 0/22, P = 0.40) when compared to those who had received their LTs >6 months before infection.”

It should have read:

“Patients who were diagnosed with COVID-19 and who had received their LTs <6 months prior had a greater number of hospital admissions (6/6 vs 9/22, P = 0.013), more complicated disease courses (6/6 vs 12/22, P = 0.049), and higher prevalence of ALI (6/6 vs 11/22, P = 0.033) and acute GR (2/6 vs 0/22, P = 0.040) when compared to those who had received their LTs >6 months before infection.”

This has been corrected in the online version of the article: https://journals.lww.com/jpgn/Abstract/2021/09000/Acute_Liver_Injury_Among_Pediatric_Liver.23.aspx

REFERENCE

1. Sin P, Díaz LA, Martínez M, et al. Acute liver injury among pediatric liver transplantation recipients with Coronavirus Disease 2019: an international collaborative study. J Pediatr Gastroenterol Nutr 2021; 73:391–394.
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