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Journal of Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation & Prevention

October 2012, Volume 32 Number 5 , p 316 - 316 [FREE]

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Abstract

 

In the article that appeared on page 182 of the July/August issue, the first 2 sentences of the fourth paragraph of the Discussion section were edited during production and did not convey the correct meaning. The sentences should be replaced with the following text:

 

Despite the reports of deaths, mortality for most persons with SCT does not appear to be affected.11 Furthermore, the risk of physical activity-related deaths in this group is low. Therefore, to promote the many health benefits of physical activity, moderate intensity exercise can and should be encouraged.

In the article that appeared on page 182 of the July/August issue, the first 2 sentences of the fourth paragraph of the Discussion section were edited during production and did not convey the correct meaning. The sentences should be replaced with the following text:

Despite the reports of deaths, mortality for most persons with SCT does not appear to be affected.11 Furthermore, the risk of physical activity-related deaths in this group is low. Therefore, to promote the many health benefits of physical activity, moderate intensity exercise can and should be encouraged.

Reference:

 

Kato JD, Wang CT. Cardiac rehabilitation participant with sickle cell trait and statin-related hepatotoxicity: a case report. J Cardiopulm Rehabil Prev. 2012;32(4):182-186.