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December 17, 2014

ERRATUM
Erratum to: Do heart and respiratory rate
variability improve prediction of extubation
outcomes in critically ill patients?
Andrew JE Seely1,2,11*, Andrea Bravi2, Christophe Herry1, Geoffrey Green1, André Longtin2, Tim Ramsay1,
Dean Fergusson1, Lauralyn McIntyre1, Dalibor Kubelik1, Donna E Maziak1, Niall Ferguson3, Samuel M Brown4,
Sangeeta Mehta5, Claudio Martin6, Gordon Rubenfeld7, Frank J Jacono8, Gari Clifford9, Anna Fazekas1,
John Marshall10 and The Canadian Critical Care Trials Group (CCCTG)
See related research by Seely et al., http://ccforum.com/content/18/2/R65
Erratum
While compiling this article [1] one of the authors was
inadvertently omitted from the author list. This author,
The Canadian Critical Care Trials Group (CCCTG), has
been included in the corrected author list above.
Competing interests
Andrew Seely is Founder and Chief Science Officer of Therapeutic
Monitoring Systems (TMS); TMS aims to commercialize patent-protected
applications of multiorgan variability monitoring to provide variability-directed
clinical decision support at the bedside to improve care for patients at risk
for or with existing critical illness. Andrew Seely holds a patent jointly with
co-authors Andrea Bravi and André Longtin on composite measures of
variability. Geoffrey Green is Product Manager for TMS. John Marshall and
Gari Clifford are on the Scientific Advisor Board of TMS. Other authors have
no relevant conflict of interest to disclose.
Acknowledgements
Members of the Canadian Critical Care Trials Group (CCCTG):
Dr Jon Hooper, Tracy McArdle, Shawna Reddie, Dr Peter Wilkes, Denyse
Winch, Dr Claudio Martin, Eileen Campbell, Dr Sangeeta Mehta, Maedean
Brown, Dr Peter Dodek, Betty Jean Ashley, Dr John Marshall and Orla Smith.
Author details
1Ottawa Hospital Research Institute, 725 Parkdale Avenue, Ottawa, ON K1Y 4E9,
Canada. 2University of Ottawa, 75 Laurier Avenue East, Ottawa, ON K1N 6N5,
Canada. 3University Hospital Network, University of Toronto, 190 Elizabeth
Street, Toronto, ON M5G 2C4, Canada. 4Intermountain Medical Center (IMC),
Shock Trauma ICU, 5121 Cottonwood Street, Murray, UT 84157, USA. 5Mt Sinai,
University of Toronto, 600 University Avenue, Toronto, ON M5G 1X5, Canada.
6London Health Sciences Center, 339 Windermere Road, London, ON N6G 2V4,
Canada. 7Sunnybrook Hospital, University of Toronto, 2075 Bayview Avenue,
Toronto, ON M4N 3M5, Canada. 8University Hospital Case Medical Center, Case
Western Reserve University, 11100 Euclid Avenue, Cleveland, OH 44106, USA.
9University of Oxford, Kellogg College, Banbury Road, Oxford OX2 6PN, United
Kingdom. 10St. Michaels Hospital, University of Toronto, 30 Bond Street, Toronto,
ON M5B 1W8, Canada. 11Divisions of Thoracic Surgery & Critical Care Medicine,
501 Smyth Road, Ottawa, ON K1H 8L6, Canada.
Reference
1. Seely AJE, Bravi A, Herry C, Green G, Longtin A, Ramsay T, Fergusson D,
McIntyre L, Kubelik D, Maziak DE, Ferguson N, Brown SM, Mehta S, Martin C,
Rubenfeld G, Jacono FJ, Clifford G, Fazekas A, Marshall J: Do heart and
respiratory rate variability improve prediction of extubation outcomes in
critically ill patients? Crit Care 2014, 18:R65.
doi:10.1186/s13054-014-0620-z
Cite this article as: Seely et al.: Erratum to: Do heart and respiratory rate
variability improve prediction of extubation outcomes in critically ill
patients? Critical Care 2014 18:620.
* Correspondence: aseely@ohri.ca
1Ottawa Hospital Research Institute, 725 Parkdale Avenue, Ottawa, ON K1Y
4E9, Canada
2University of Ottawa, 75 Laurier Avenue East, Ottawa, ON K1N 6N5, Canada
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Seely et al. Critical Care 2014, 18:620
http://ccforum.com/content/18/6/620