pediatrics
April 2016, VOLUME137 /ISSUE 4

Rosen et al. Utility of Symptoms to Predict Treatment Outcomes in Obstructive Sleep Apnea Syndrome. Pediatrics. 2015;135(3):e662–671; doi:10.1542/peds.2014-3099).

Errors occurred in the article by Rosen et al, “Utility of Symptoms to Predict Treatment Outcomes in Obstructive Sleep Apnea Syndrome” published in the March 2015 issue of Pediatrics (2015;135[3]:e662–671; doi:10.1542/peds.2014-3099).

On page e666, in Table 2, for the NEPSY-A/E score row, the column data for Baseline, Follow-up, Change From Baseline, and Effect Size were incorrect. The correct data are shown in the accompanying table.

TABLE 2

Summary of Behavioral, Sleepiness, and Quality of Life Measures at Baseline and at 7-Month Follow-up After Adenotonsillectomy

On page e668, in Table 5, the Spearman correlation coefficient data in the NEPSY A/E column were incorrect. The correct data are shown in the accompanying table.

TABLE 5

Spearman Correlations (ρ) Between Baseline PSQ or PSG and Outcomes (7-Month Change Scores) After Adenotonsillectomy

On page e669, in Table 7, the logistic regression data in the Higher NEPSY-AE row for PSG and AHI were incorrect. The correct data are shown in the accompanying table.

TABLE 7

Logistic Regression of Outcome Improvement Across 7 Months on Baseline PSQ Scale and AHI