An error was discovered in the article titled “Gomco vs Mogen? No Effect on Circumcision Revision Rates” published in the October 2018 issue of Hospital Pediatrics (2018;8[10]:611–614; doi:10.1542/hpeds.2018-0053). The paper stated that residents using the Gomco clamp had a higher rate of revision than attending physicians with a P value of .002. The P value had a decimal place error and should have been P = .26. This suggests that residents and attending physicians using the Gomco clamp actually had similar rates of revision after the procedure. In our sample, we did not find differences in revision rates between the 2 surgical approaches, regardless of whether an attending physician or a resident performed the procedure.