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Impaired Training-Induced Adaptation of Blood Pressure in COPD Patients: Implication of the Muscle Capillary Bed [Corrigendum]

Authors Gouzi F, Maury J, Bughin F, Blaquière M, Ayoub B, Mercier J, Perez-Martin A, Pomiès P, Hayot M

Received 10 July 2020

Accepted for publication 10 July 2020

Published 20 July 2020 Volume 2020:15 Pages 1739—1740

DOI https://doi.org/10.2147/COPD.S271630


Gouzi F, Maury J, Bughin F, et al. Int J Chron Obstruct Pulmon Dis. 2016;11:2349–2357.

Page 2351, Results, Characteristics of the study subjects, right column, second paragraph, the text “Baseline muscle capillarization was assessed in a subgroup of 19 COPD patients and 17 CSs who were representative of the whole population (Table 2) and confirmed the muscle capillary rarefaction in COPD patients vs CSs (C/F ratio: 1.90±0.42 vs 1.57±0.26; P<0.01)” should read “Baseline muscle capillarization was assessed in a subgroup of 19 COPD patients and 17 CSs who were representative of the whole population (Table 2) and confirmed the muscle capillary rarefaction in COPD patients vs CSs (C/F ratio: 1.29±0.27
vs 1.57±0.26; P<0.01)”.

The authors apologize for this error.


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