pediatrics
December 2011, VOLUME128 /ISSUE 6

Rabi et al. Room-Air Versus Oxygen Administration for Resuscitation of Preterm Infants: The ROAR Study. Pediatrics. 2011;128(2):e374–e381

An error occurred in this article by Rabi et al, titled “Room-Air Versus Oxygen Administration for Resuscitation of Preterm Infants: The ROAR Study” published in the August, 2011 issue of Pediatrics (2011; 128[2]: e374-e381; originally published online July 11, 2011; doi: 10.1542/2010-3130). On page e379, in the second paragraph under the heading Discussion, this reads: “In a recent study by Vento et al, preterm infants resuscitated with 90% oxygen needed fewer days of mechanical ventilation and oxygen supplementation compared with those resuscitated with 30% oxygen.” This should have read: “In a recent study by Vento et al, preterm infants resuscitated with 30% oxygen needed fewer days of mechanical ventilation and oxygen supplementation compared with those resuscitated with 90% oxygen.”