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Correction to: Assessing the impacts of having a child with achondroplasia on parent well-being

Auteurs: Kathryn M. Pfeiffer, Meryl Brod, Alden Smith, Jill Gianettoni, Dorthe Viuff, Sho Ota, R. Will Charlton

Gepubliceerd in: Quality of Life Research | Uitgave 1/2021

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The original article can be found online at https://​doi.​org/​10.​1007/​s11136-020-02594-3.

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Correction to: Quality of Life Research https://​doi.​org/​10.​1007/​s11136-020-02594-3

In the original publication, the summary statistics for child BMI in Tables 2 and 8 were incorrect. The correct version of Tables 2 and 8 (with updated summary statistics) are provided in this correction.
Table 2
Demographic/health characteristics for the children of parent participants
 
Spain (n = 11)
US (n = 25)
Total (n = 36)
Child age, n(%)
 
 2 to < 5 years
5(46)
6(24)
11(31)
 5 to < 9 years
4(36)
9(36)
13(36)
 9 to < 12 years
2(18)
10(40)
12(33)
Child gender, n(%)
 
 Female
7(64)
12(48)
19(53)
 Male
4(36)
13(52)
17(47)
Child’s race/ethnicity, n(%)a
 
 Asian-American
2(8)
 Black/African-American
4(16)
 Latino/Hispanic
2(8)
 White/Caucasian
20(80)
Age/time diagnosed with achondroplasia, n(%)
 
 In utero
9(82)
12(48)
21(58)
 At birth
1(9)
4(16)
5(14)
 < 2 months of age
1(9)
2(8)
3(8)
 2–6 months of age
0
5(20)
5(14)
 Unknown (adopted)
0
2(8)
2(6)
Child has parent(s) with achondroplasia, n(%) yes
0
7(28)
7(19)
Health status (parent-reported), n(%)
 
 Excellent
3(27)
9(36)
12(33)
 Very good
3(27)
11(44)
14(39)
 Good
3(27)
4(16)
7(19)
 Fair
2(18)
1(4)
3(8)
Height (cm)
 
 Mean(SD)
89.5(10.4)
93.2(15.2)
92.1(13.9)
 (Range)
(75.0–104.0)
(63.5–121.0)
(63.5–121.0)
Weight (kg)
 
 Mean(SD)
17.3(5.6)
20.4(8.4)
19.4(7.7)
 (Range)
(10.0–28.0)
(8.3–43.9)
(8.3–43.9)
BMI
 
 Mean(SD)
21.0(3.0)
23.0(6.5)
22.4(5.7)
 (Range)
(16.7–26.9)
(18.1–45.4)
(16.7–45.4)
Planned limb lengthening surgery for the future, n(%) yes
5(46)
0
5(14)
Percentages may not add to 100 because of rounding
SD standard deviation; BMI body mass index
aUS only; response categories are not mutually exclusive, so percentages do not add to 100
Table 8
Cognitive debriefing parent participant and child demographic characteristics
Parent participant demographics
Child demographic/health characteristics
Parent age, mean(SD)
39.1(6.4)
Child age, n(%)
 
 (Range)
(31–55)
 2 to < 5 years
4(25)
Relationship to child, n(%)
 
 5 to < 9 years
6(38)
 Mother
16(100)
 9 to < 12 years
6(38)
Parent has achondroplasia, n(%) yes
2(12.5)
Child gender, n(%)
 
Marital status, n(%)
 
 Female
12(75)
 Single
1(6)
 Male
4(25)
 Married
14(88)
Age/time diagnosed with achondroplasia, n(%)
 No response
1(6)
 In utero
5(31)
Parent race/ethnicity, n(%)a
 
 At birth
1(6)
 Asian-American
1(6)
 < 2 months of age
2(13)
 Latino/Hispanic
1(6)
 2–6 months of age
5(31)
 White/Caucasian
14(88)
 > 6 months of age
1(6)
Parent education, n(%)
 
 Unknown (adopted)
2(13)
 High school or equivalent
2(13)
Child’s race/ethnicity, n(%)a
 
 Vocational/technical school
1(6)
 Asian-American
4(25)
 College degree
9(56)
 Latino/Hispanic
1(6)
 Post-graduate school
4(25)
 White/Caucasian
11(69)
Parent work status, n(%)
 
Child health status (parent-reported), n(%)
 Full-time
7(44)
 Excellent
8(50)
 Part-time
4(25)
 Very good
7(44)
 Retired/student
0
 Good
0
 Not working (other)
5(31)
 Fair
1(6)
Household income, n(%)
 
Child height (cm)
 
 < $40,000
0
 Mean(SD)
90.8(12.0)
 $40,001 to $60,000
1(6)
 (Range)
(66.0–106.7)
 $60,001 to $80,000
1(6)
Child weight (kg)
 
 $80,001 to $100,000
6(38)
 Mean(SD)
18.3(5.8)
 > $100,000
6(38)
 (Range)
(10.9–31.7)
 Decline to answer
2(13)
BMI
 
  
 Mean(SD)
21.8(3.8)
  
 (Range)
(16.3–32.4)
n = 16. Percentages may not add to 100 due to rounding
SD standard deviation, BMI body mass index
aResponse categories are not mutually exclusive
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Titel
Correction to: Assessing the impacts of having a child with achondroplasia on parent well-being
Auteurs
Kathryn M. Pfeiffer
Meryl Brod
Alden Smith
Jill Gianettoni
Dorthe Viuff
Sho Ota
R. Will Charlton
Publicatiedatum
30-10-2020
Uitgeverij
Springer International Publishing
Gepubliceerd in
Quality of Life Research / Uitgave 1/2021
Print ISSN: 0962-9343
Elektronisch ISSN: 1573-2649
DOI
https://doi.org/10.1007/s11136-020-02659-3

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