Author(s): S. J. Kroese (corresponding author) ; M. J. H. de Hair ; M. Limper ; A. T. Lely ; J. M. van Laar ; R. H. W. M. Derksen ; R. D. E. Fritsch-Stork [1,3,4]
In the article titled "Hydroxychloroquine Use in Lupus Patients during Pregnancy Is Associated with Longer Pregnancy Duration in Preterm Births" , the authors discovered some discrepancies in the data which were used in the article. Thus, the authors repeated the analyses with the correct data. There was a slightly lower incidence of HELLP (4 in total of which 3 in the non-HCQ group) instead of 6 in total (of which 5 in the non-HCQ group), but statistical significance was similar. Other outcomes were unchanged.
Corrected Table 2 is shown below.
Table 2: Maternal and fetal pregnancy outcome according to HCQ treatment.Total (N=110) Non-HCQ (N=80) HCQ (N=30) OR (95% CI) $$; p value