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Incorrect Data in Table 3 and in Text in: Effect of Neuromuscular Warm-up on Injuries in Female Soccer and Basketball Athletes in Urban Public High Schools: Cluster Randomized Controlled Trial FREE

Arch Pediatr Adolesc Med. 2012;166(1):73. doi:10.1001/archpediatrics.2011.1477.
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Incorrect Data in Table 3 and in Text. In the article titled “Effect of Neuromuscular Warm-up on Injuries in Female Soccer and Basketball Athletes in Urban Public High Schools: Cluster Randomized Controlled Trial” by LaBella et al, published in the November issue of the Archives (2011;165[11]:1033-1040), on page 1037, in Table 3, the values in the first 6 columns (“Control” and “Intervention” classifications for “Injuries, No.”; “AEs, No.”; “Injury Rate” subclassifications) are incorrect. Reading from left to right, top to bottom, the value sets for “Gradual onset” should have been 14, 12 467 (for all entries in this column), 1.12 and 11, 20 345 (for all entries in this column), and 0.54. For “Acute onset,” the value sets for “Injuries, No.” and “Injury Rate” should have been 32 and 2.57 and 18 and 0.88; for “Ankle sprains,” 11 and 0.88 and 7 and 0.34; for “Knee sprains,” 11 and 0.88 and 6 and 0.29; and “ACL sprains,” 6 and 0.48 and 2 and 0.10. On the same page, left-hand column, “Effect of the Intervention of Injury Rates for the Entire Sample” subsection of the “Results” section, paragraph 2, the first sentence should have read as follows: “Compared with control athletes, intervention athletes had a 65% reduction in gradual-onset injuries, a 56% reduction in acute, noncontact injuries, and a 66% reduction in noncontact ankle sprains.”

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