Erratum to: Is there any benefit using low-intensity inspiratory and peripheral muscle training in heart failure? A randomized clinical trial (Clinical Research in Cardiology, (2017), 106, 9, (676-685), 10.1007/s00392-017-1089-y)

Tatiana Satie Kawauchi, Iracema Ioco Kikuchi Umeda, Lays Magalhães Braga, Antonio de Pádua Mansur, João Manoel Rossi-Neto, Amanda Guerra de Moraes Rego Sousa, Mário Hiroyuki Hirata, Lawrence P Cahalin, Naomi Kondo Nakagawa

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Unfortunately, an incorrect figure was provided in the original manuscript. Figure 1 has to be substituted by Fig. 2. A new Fig. 2 is now provided. The correct Figs. 1 and 2 with according captions are given below. After the NYHA functional class analysis using the McNemar test, the p value is missing in the Results section of the Abstract. The correct text is reproduced below. Results All groups showed similar quality-of-life improvements. Low and moderate intensities training programs improved inspiratory muscle strength, peripheral muscle strength, and walking distance. However, only moderate intensity improved expiratory muscle strength and NYHA functional class (p = 0.031) in HF patients. (Figure presented).

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)764-765
Number of pages2
JournalClinical Research in Cardiology
Volume106
Issue number9
DOIs
StatePublished - Sep 1 2017

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Erratum to : Is there any benefit using low-intensity inspiratory and peripheral muscle training in heart failure? A randomized clinical trial (Clinical Research in Cardiology, (2017), 106, 9, (676-685), 10.1007/s00392-017-1089-y). / Kawauchi, Tatiana Satie; Umeda, Iracema Ioco Kikuchi; Braga, Lays Magalhães; de Pádua Mansur, Antonio; Rossi-Neto, João Manoel; de Moraes Rego Sousa, Amanda Guerra; Hirata, Mário Hiroyuki; Cahalin, Lawrence P; Nakagawa, Naomi Kondo.

In: Clinical Research in Cardiology, Vol. 106, No. 9, 01.09.2017, p. 764-765.

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Kawauchi, Tatiana Satie ; Umeda, Iracema Ioco Kikuchi ; Braga, Lays Magalhães ; de Pádua Mansur, Antonio ; Rossi-Neto, João Manoel ; de Moraes Rego Sousa, Amanda Guerra ; Hirata, Mário Hiroyuki ; Cahalin, Lawrence P ; Nakagawa, Naomi Kondo. / Erratum to : Is there any benefit using low-intensity inspiratory and peripheral muscle training in heart failure? A randomized clinical trial (Clinical Research in Cardiology, (2017), 106, 9, (676-685), 10.1007/s00392-017-1089-y). In: Clinical Research in Cardiology. 2017 ; Vol. 106, No. 9. pp. 764-765.
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