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Correction to: Is Cardiorespiratory Fitness Related to Cardiometabolic Health and All-Cause Mortality Risk in Patients with Coronary Heart Disease? A CARE CR Study

  • Simon NicholsEmail author
  • Claire Taylor
  • Richard Page
  • Anna Kallvikbacka-Bennett
  • Fiona Nation
  • Toni Goodman
  • Andrew L. Clark
  • Sean Carroll
  • Lee Ingle
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Correction to: Sports Med Open

https://doi.org/10.1186/s40798-018-0138-z

The original article [1] contains an error in the presentation of Table 4. Values denoting the significance of different variables were mistakenly omitted in the published version. The correct version of Table 4 can instead be viewed ahead.
Table 4

Cardiorespiratory fitness and physical activity characteristics expressed as mean (95% confidence intervals)

Variable

High CRF n=28

Mod CRF n=32

Low CRF n=10

Partial Eta Squared

P-value

VO2Peak (ml/kg/min)

28.5 (27.3, 29.7)+

20.7 (19.5, 21.8)+

14.9 (12.8, 16.9)+

-

-

VO2Peak (L/min)

2478.2 (2333.0, 2623.5)+

1749.0 (1613.1, 1884.9)+

1273.8 (1030.7, 1516.8)+

-

-

VO2Peak - Lean (ml/kg/min)

45.2 (43.4, 47.0)+

34.8 (33.2, 36.5)+

26.8 (23.8, 29.8)+

0.670

<0.001**

VAT (ml/kg/min)

20.7 (19.3, 22.1)+

14.6 (13.3, 15.9)+

11.2 (8.9, 13.6)+

0.494

<0.001**

VE/VCO2 slope

30.1 (28.2, 32.1)*✝

37.4 (35.6, 39.2)

38.5 (35.2, 41.7)*

0.354

<0.001**

O2/HR (ml/beat)

17.0 (15.8, 18.2)+

13.8 (12.7, 14.9)+

11.3 (9.4, 13.3)+

0.311

<0.001**

OUES

2718.3 (2555.3, 2881.3)*✝

1963.5 (1811.1, 2116.0)

1699.0 (1426.2, 1971.7)*

0.485

<0.001**

eBR (%)

30.3 (23.6, 36.9)

28.1 (22.0, 34.3)

37.0 (26.0, 48.1)

0.028

0.384

Peak HR (bpm)

147 (141, 153)*✝

128 (122, 134)

119 (108, 129)*

0.308

<0.001**

Peak RER

1.13 (1.09, 1.12)*

1.09 (1.05, 1.12)x

0.97 (0.91, 1.04)*x

0.181

0.001**

Peak RPE

18 (17, 19)

18 (17, 19)

17 (15, 18)

0.072

0.083

1 Min HR Recovery (bpm)

-36 (-32, -40)*

-30 (-26, -34)x

-18 (-11, -25)*x

0.209

<0.001**

2 Min HR Recovery (bpm)

-54 (-50, -59)+

-45 (-40, -49)+

-32 (-25, -38)+

0.312

<0.001**

3 Min HR Recovery (bpm)

-60 (-56, -65)+

-49 (-45, -53)+

-37 (-30, -44)+

0.359

<0.001**

6 Min HR Recovery (bpm)

-67 (-62, -71)+

-54 (-50, -58)+

-41 (-33, -48)+

0.377

<0.001**

Exercise Test Duration (Secs)

963.2 (916.3, 1010.1)+

747.8 (703.9, 791.6)+

488.3 (409.8, 566.8)+

0.635

<0.001**

METs

8.1 (7.8, 8.5)+

5.9 (5.6, 6.2)+

4.3 (3.7, 4.8)+

-

-

Maximal CPET (%)

26 (93)

26 (81)

6 (60)

 

0.058

Achieves 150 Minutes of Moderate Activity Per-Week (%)

18 (64)+

9 (28)

5 (50)

 

0.011**

Achieves 75 Minutes of Vigorous Activity Per-Week (%)

7 (25)+

1 (3)

0 (0)

 

0.013**

VO2peak Peak Oxygen Uptake, VAT Ventilatory Anaerobic Threshold, VE/VCO2 Ventilatory Efficiency with Respect to CO2 Elimination, O2/HR Oxygen Pulse, OUES Oxygen Uptake Efficiency Slope, eBR Estimated Breathing Reserve, HR Heart Rate, bpm Beats per Minute, RER Respiratory Exchange Ratio, RPE Rating of Perceived Exertion, Secs Seconds, METs Metabolic Equivalents

**Significant Group Effect

*Significant Difference Between High CRF and Low CRF

Significant Difference Between High CRF and Moderate CRF

xSignificant Difference Between Mod CRF and Low CRF

+Significantly Different from all Other Groups

Reference

  1. 1.
    Nichols S, et al. Is Cardiorespiratory Fitness Related to Cardiometabolic Health and All-Cause Mortality Risk in Patients with Coronary Heart Disease? A CARE CR Study. Sports Med Open. 2018;4:22  https://doi.org/10.1186/s40798-018-0138-z.CrossRefGoogle Scholar

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Simon Nichols
    • 1
    Email author
  • Claire Taylor
    • 2
  • Richard Page
    • 3
  • Anna Kallvikbacka-Bennett
    • 4
  • Fiona Nation
    • 3
  • Toni Goodman
    • 5
  • Andrew L. Clark
    • 4
  • Sean Carroll
    • 3
  • Lee Ingle
    • 3
  1. 1.Centre for Sport and Exercise ScienceSheffield Hallam UniversitySheffieldUK
  2. 2.Carnegie School of SportLeeds Beckett UniversityLeedsUK
  3. 3.Sport Health and Exercise Science, Don BuildingUniversity of HullHullUK
  4. 4.Academic CardiologyCastle Hill HospitalCottinghamUK
  5. 5.City Health Care Partnership CICEast Riding Community HospitalBeverleyUK

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