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Chest. 2009;135(4):1114. doi:
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Correction: Chest 2009; 135:492–498

In the February 2009 issue, the article by Skloot et al, “Longitudinal Assessment of Spirometry in the World Trade Center Medical Monitoring Program” (Chest 2009; 135:492–498), contained typographical errors. In the “Results” section of the “Abstract,” the last sentence should read as follows: “Significant predictors of greater average decline between examinations were lack of bronchodilator responsiveness at examination 1 and weight gain.” Similarly, in the concluding paragraph of the “Abstract” the second sentence should read as follows: “Although the majority had a normal decline in lung function, lack of bronchodilator response at examination 1 and weight gain were significantly associated with greater-than-normal lung function declines.” Finally, in the last paragraph of the “Discussion” section (page 497) the fourth sentence should read as follows: “Predictors of more rapid decline in FEV1 and FVC were lack of bronchodilator responsiveness at examination 1 and weight gain between examinations; however, these factors accounted for < 10% of the variance.”


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