In the Original Investigation by Wang et al titled “Outpatient Hypertension Treatment, Treatment Intensification, and Control in Western Europe and the United States,” published in the January 22 issue of the ARCHIVES (2007;167:141-147), an error occurred in Figure 1 on page 144. In that figure, the order of countries in the key, to coordinate with the shading of the bars from darkest to lightest, should have appeared as follows: France (n = 3009), Germany (n = 3178), Italy (n = 3316), Spain (n = 3704), United Kingdom (n = 2809), and United States (n = 3750). The corrected figure is reproduced here with its legend.
Cross-national differences in the use of 7 antihypertensive drug classes and combination drug therapy among treated hypertensive patients. ACE indicates angiotensin-converting enzyme; ARB, angiotensin II receptor blocker; and CCB, calcium channel blocker.
Error in Figure in: Outpatient Hypertension Treatment, Treatment Intensification, and Control in Western Europe and the United States. Arch Intern Med. 2007;167(7):648. doi:10.1001/archinte.167.7.648