In the January 2018 article by Ruppel et al, “Measurement of Physiological Monitor Alarm Accuracy and Clinical Relevance in Intensive Care Units,” Am J Crit Care, 2018;27(1):11–21, on page 14, the first line in the Proportions of Inaccurate and Clinically Irrelevant Alarms section should have read, “Overall, most studies indicated consistently low proportions of patient alarms that were clinically relevant (5%–13%).5,26” We regret the error.
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Correction| March 01 2018
Am J Crit Care (2018) 27 (2): 123.
Errata: American Journal of Critical Care: Measurement of Physiological Monitor Alarm Accuracy and Clinical Relevance in Intensive Care Units
Correction. Am J Crit Care 1 March 2018; 27 (2): 123. doi: https://doi.org/10.4037/ajcc2018820
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