Influenza A/H1N1 MF59 adjuvanted vaccine in pregnant women and adverse perinatal outcomes: multicentre study

BMJ 2013; 346 doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1136/bmj.f393 (Published 4 February 2013)
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Dear Dr Flegg

Thank you for your observation about the mistaken percentage in Table 3.

The Percentage Perinatal mortality should be 0.74% and 1.1% (as correctly given in Table 2), not 7.4% and 11.0% in vaccinated and unvaccinated mothers respectively.

Thank you again
yours,

Fernando Rubinstein

Competing interests: None declared

Fernando A Rubinstein, physician researcher

Institute of Clinical Effectiveness and Health Policy, Ravignani 2024, CP1414CPV) CABA Argentina

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There is a mistake in Table 3.

Percentage Perinatal mortality is given as 7.4% and 11.0% in vaccinated and unvaccinated mothers respectively.

The percentages should be 0.74% and 1.1% (as correctly given in Table 2)

Competing interests: None declared

Peter Flegg, Physician

Blackpool Victoria Hospital, FY8 4DF

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