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The Original Investigation titled, “Association of Preprocedural Fasting With Outcomes of Emergency Department Sedation in Children,”1 published online on May 7, 2018, included errors in Table 1. In the cells presenting data for use of the sedation medication combinations ketamine and midazolam, ketamine and propofol, propofol and fentanyl, and ketamine and fentanyl with respect to patients who met fasting guidelines from liquids, both the full percentages and the numbers from which those percentages were derived were omitted, and incorrect partial percentages were present. The correct values (219 [3.7%], 831 [14.2%], 681 [11.6%], and 196 [3.3%], respectively) have been placed in the correct positions.
Error in Table. JAMA Pediatr. 2018;172(8):787. doi:10.1001/jamapediatrics.2018.2396
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