In the July Pediatrics in Review article “Pneumococcal Infections” (Maraq N. Peds in Rev. 2014;35(7): 299–310, doi: 10.1542/pir.35-7-299), there is an error on page 301, column 2, line 2. The parenthetical phrase should read: “ … (82% reduction from 205 to 37 cases per 100,000 population … ”). The journal regrets the error.

 The June 2014 article “Influenza and Parainfluenza Viral Infections” (Fox TG and Christenson JC. Pediatrics in Review. 2014;35(6): 217–228, doi: 10.1542/pir.35-6-217) contained an abbreviation error on p. 22, column 2, lines 6 and 9. The abbreviation “IIA” should be “IIV.” The sentences should read: “Several studies have found superior efficacy of LAIV compared with IIV. (21) In children 6 years or older and adolescents with asthma, the LAIV provided a 32% increase in protection against culture-proven influenza infections when compared with IIV. (22)” The journal regrets the error.

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