Correction to: Prevalence of lifestyle cardiovascular risk factors and estimated framingham 10-year risk scores of adults with psychotic disorders compared to controls at a referral hospital in Eldoret, Kenya (BMC Psychiatry, (2023), 23, 1, (909), 10.1186/s12888-023-05409-0)

Edith Kwobah, Nastassja Koen, Ann Mwangi, Lukoye Atwoli, Dan J. Stein

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Following the publication of the original article [1], the authors identified errors in Tables 1, 2, 3 and 4. The correct tables are given below. The incorrect Table 1 is: (Figure presented.) The correct Table 1 is: (Table presented.) Sociodemographic characteristics of participants T or Χ2 (df) 34.81 (10.33) 34.53 (10.44) 35.08 (10.22) 0.64 (595) 0.5193 1.39 (1) 0.2381 Male 265 (44.4) 139 (46.8) 126 (42.0) Female 332 (55.6) 158 (53.2) 174 (58.0) 26.06(2) < 0.0011 Married 269 (45.1) 103 (34.7) 166 (55.3) Never married 239 (40.0) 139 (46.8) 100 (33.3) Widow/separated/divorced 89 (14.9) 55 (18.5) 34 (11.3) 67.10(3) < 0.0011 None 35 (5.9) 23 (7.7) 12 (4.0) Primary 147 (24.6) 106 (35.7) 41 (13.7) Secondary 172 (28.8) 92 (31.0) 80 (26.7) Tertiary 243 (40.7) 76 (25.6) 167 (55.7) 80.84(2) < 0.0011 Unemployed 217 (36.3) 143 (48.1) 74 (24.7) Formal 187 (31.3) 43 (14.5) 144 (48) Self 193 (32.3) 11(17.4) 82 (27.3) 1Chi square test 3t-test The incorrect Table 2 is: (Figure presented.) The correct Table 2 is: (Table presented.) Lifestyle CVD risk factors Variable Total Cases N (297) Controls N (300) Χ2 p-value 0.0011 No 558 (93.5) 268 (90.2) 290 (96.7) Yes 39 (6.5) 29 (9.8) 10 (3.3) 0.0061 No 535 (89.6) 256 (86.2) 279 (93.0) Yes 62 (10.4) 41 (13.8) 21 (7.0) 0.21(1) 0.6482 No 579 (97.0) 289 (97.3) 290 (96.7) Yes 18 (3.0) 8 (2.7) 10 (3.3) 0.87(1) 0.3522 No 11 (1.8) 7 (2.4) 4 (1.3) Yes 586 (98.2) 290 (97.6) 296 (98.7) 2.98(1) 0.0841 No 114 (19.1) 65 (21.9) 49 (16.3) Yes 483 (80.9) 232 (78.1) 251 (83.7) 0.01(1) 0.9061 < 3 h in a day 311 (52.1) 154 (51.9) 157 (52.3) > 3 h in a day 286 (47.9) 143 (48.1) 143 (47.7) 1Chi square test 2Fishers’ exact test The incorrect Table 3 is: (Figure presented.) The correct Table 3 is: (Table presented.) A comparison of Framingham Risk Score between patients and controls Framingham score Total n (valid%) Control n (valid%) Case n (valid%) χ2 p-value 0.02(2) 1.000 Low risk 563 (94.3) 282 (94.0) 281 (94.6) Intermediate 27 (4.5) 14 (4.7) 13 (4.4) High Risk 7 (1.2) 4 (1.3) 3 (1.0) The incorrect Table 4 is: (Figure presented.) The correct Table 4 is: (Table presented.) Linear regression model with 10-year Framingham Risk Score as the outcome among patients 10-year Framingham Risk score Coefficient SE T p-value Female -1.13 0.35 -3.25 Age 0.24 0.02 14.73 Employment Formal vs None -0.52 0.48 -1.09 0.278 Self-employment vs None -0.58 0.36 -1.61 0.109 Education Primary vs None -0.26 0.62 -0.42 0.673 Secondary vs None -0.34 0.63 -0.54 0.590 Tertiary vs None -0.00 0.65 -0.00 0.997 Obesity 0.49 0.34 1.42 0.156 Current tobacco use 3.75 0.57 6.62 Harmful alcohol use 1.02 1.00 1.02 0.308 Metabolic syndrome 2.89 0.42 6.88 Olanzapine dose < 10 mg vs nonea 0.49 0.47 1.05 0.295 > 10 mg vs none 0.36 0.53 0.67 0.504 aOlanzapine was used because 85% of the patients were on olanzapine being a donated drug in this setting The original article [1] has been corrected.

Original languageEnglish
Article number115
JournalBMC Psychiatry
Volume24
Issue number1
DOIs
StatePublished - Dec 2024
Externally publishedYes

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