The Amount of Fluid Given During Surgery That Leaks Into the Interstitium Correlates With Infused Fluid Volume and Varies Widely Between Patients: Erratum

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The article, “The Amount of Fluid Given During Surgery That Leaks Into the Interstitium Correlates With Infused Fluid Volume and Varies Widely Between Patients,” which appeared in the October 2016 issue of Anesthesia & Analgesia, contained an error.
On page 929, Figure 4 contained an incorrect line. The corrected figure appears below:
The authors regret this error.
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