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Correction to: Dexketoprofen/tramadol 25 mg/75 mg: randomised double-blind trial in moderate-to-severe acute pain after abdominal hysterectomy

  • R. A. Moore1Email author,
  • H. J. McQuay2,
  • J. Tomaszewski3,
  • G. Raba4,
  • D. Tutunaru5,
  • N. Lietuviete6,
  • J. Galad7,
  • L. Hagymasy8,
  • D. Melka9,
  • J. Kotarski10,
  • T. Rechberger11,
  • B. Fülesdi12,
  • A. Nizzardo13,
  • C. Guerrero-Bayón14,
  • S. Cuadripani14,
  • B. Pizà-Vallespir14 and
  • M. Bertolotti13
BMC AnesthesiologyBMC series – open, inclusive and trusted201717:159

https://doi.org/10.1186/s12871-017-0452-x

Received: 23 November 2017

Accepted: 23 November 2017

Published: 30 November 2017

The original article was published in BMC Anesthesiology 2016 16:9

Correction

Following publication of the original article [1], the authors reported that additional file 10 contained a typing error in the table “Percentage of responders (≥50% max TOTPAR) over two, four, six and eight hours (single-dose phase) (ITT Population)”. The table is to be read as follows:
 

DKP/TRAM(N = 152)

DKP (N = 151)

TRAM (N = 150)

Placebo (N = 153)

TOTPAR2

Responder, n (%)

91 (60)

69 (46)

58 (39)

50 (33)

Non-Responder, n (%)

60 (40)

82 (54)

91 (61)

103 (67)

Treatment comparisons p-value

DKP/TRAM vs. DKP

0.011

DKP/TRAM vs. TRAM

<0.001

DKP vs. Placebo

0.020

TRAM vs. Placebo

0.258

TOTPAR4

Responder, n (%)

99 (65)

80 (53)

65 (43)

49 (32)

Non-Responder, n (%)

52 (34)

71 (47)

84 (56)

104 (68)

Treatment comparisons p-value

DKP/TRAM vs. DKP

0.026

DKP/TRAM vs. TRAM

<0.001

DKP vs. Placebo

<0.001

TRAM vs. Placebo

0.038

TOTPAR6

Responder, n (%)

105 (69)

72 (48)

64 (43)

49 (32)

Non-Responder, n (%)

46 (30)

79 (52)

85 (57)

104 (68)

Treatment comparisons p-value

DKP/TRAM vs. DKP

<0.001

DKP/TRAM vs. TRAM

<0.001

DKP vs. Placebo

0.005

TRAM vs. Placebo

0.050

TOTPAR8

Responder, n (%)

100 (66)

72 (48)

66 (44)

47 (31)

Non-Responder, n (%)

51 (34)

79 (52)

83 (55)

106 (69)

Treatment comparisons p-value

DKP/TRAM vs. DKP

0.001

DKP/TRAM vs. TRAM

<0.001

DKP vs. Placebo

0.002

TRAM vs. Placebo

0.015

TOTPAR: total pain relief; % max TOTPAR: percentage of the theoretical maximum possible TOTPAR; ITT: intention-to-treat; DKP/TRAM: dexketoprofen trometamol/tramadol hydrochloride 25 mg/75 mg; DKP: dexketoprofen trometamol 25 mg; TRAM: tramadol hydrochloride 100 mg; N: number of patients; n: number of patients with data. The ITT population included all patients randomised; response was defined as the achievement of at least 50% of the maximum possible TOTPAR within the respective treatment arm; TOTPAR was calculated as the time-weighted sum of the pain relief (PAR) scores; PAR was measured on a five-point verbal rating scale (VRS) (0 = none, 1 = slight, 2 = moderate, 3 = good, 4 = complete); the percentage of PAR responders was analysed using a chi-square test.

Notes

Declarations

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Authors’ Affiliations

(1)
Pain Research & Nuffield Division of Anaesthetics, University of Oxford, Oxford, UK
(2)
Balliol College, University of Oxford, Oxford, UK
(3)
Obstetrics-Gynaecology Private Clinic, Bialystok, Poland
(4)
Division of Gynaecology, Provincial Hospital in Przemysl, Przemysl, Poland
(5)
Genesys Fertility Center, Bucharest, Romania
(6)
Gynaecology, Riga East University Hospital Gynaecology Clinic, Riga, Latvia
(7)
GYNPOR, s.r.o, Sliac, Slovakia
(8)
Gynaecological Department, St. George Fejer County Teaching Hospital, Szekesfehervar, Hungary
(9)
Gynaecological Department, Latvian marine Medical Center, Riga, Latvia
(10)
Department of Gynaecological Oncology and Gynaecology, Medical University Hospital No 1, Lublin, Poland
(11)
II Department of Gynaecology, Medical University Hospital No 4, Lublin, Poland
(12)
Department of Anaesthesiology and Intensive Care, University of Debrecen, Debrecen, Hungary
(13)
Clinical Research, Menarini Ricerche S.p.A – Menarini Group, Florence, Italy
(14)
Clinical Research, Laboratorios Menarini S.A. – Menarini Group, Badalona, Spain

Reference

  1. Moore RA, McQuay HJ, Tomaszewski J, Raba G, Tutunaru D, Lietuviete N, Galad J, Hagymasy L, Melka D, Kotarski J, Rechberger T, Fülesdi B, Nizzardo A, Guerrero-Bayón C, Cuadripani S, Pizà-Vallespir B, Bertolotti M. Dexketoprofen/tramadol 25 mg/75 mg: randomised double-blind trial in moderate-to-severe acute pain after abdominal hysterectomy. BMC Anesthesiol. 2016;16:9. https://doi.org/10.1186/s12871-016-0174-5.View ArticlePubMedPubMed CentralGoogle Scholar

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