Claudius I, Keens T. Do All Infants With Apparent Life-Threatening Events Need to Be Admitted? PEDIATRICS 2007;119:679–683.

An error occurred in the article by Claudius and Keens, titled “Do All Infants With Apparent Life-Threatening Events Need to Be Admitted?” published in the April 2007 issue of Pediatrics (doi:10.1542/peds.2006-2549). On page 679, in the Results section of the Abstract, on lines 4-6, the authors wrote: “In our study group, the high-risk criteria of age of <1 year and multiple apparent life-threatening events yielded a negative predictive value of 100% to identify the need for hospital admission.” It should read: “In our study group, the high-risk criteria of age of <1 month and multiple apparent life-threatening events yielded a negative predictive value of 100% to identify the need for hospital admission.”

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