The authors regret that the printed version of the above article contained a number of errors and miscalculations. In table number one of the published article, the number of samples, P-value and the number of some variables were typed incorrectly and must be corrected as follows.
The authors would like to apologise for any inconvenience caused.
Table 1Comparison of demographic characteristics in the control and intervention groups.
|Variable||intervention group) N=33)|
|control group (N=34)|
|Sex||Male||17 (51.5)||17 (50)||0.901|
|Female||16 (48.5)||17 (50)|
|Educational level||Illiterate||12 (36.4)||12 (35.3)||0.582|
|Diploma and Less than diploma||18 (54.5)||21 (61.8)|
|Collegiate||3 (9.1)||1 (2.9)|
|History of underlying disease||yes||24 (72.7)||17 (50)||0.056|
|no||9 (27.3)||17 (50)|
|Marital status||Single||3 (9.1)||7 (20.6)||0.130|
|Married||30 (90.9)||25 (73.5)|
|Tranquilizer used during the intervention.||Apotel||3 (9.1)||3 (8.9)||0.288|
|Pethidine||2 (6.1)||1 (2.9)|
|Fentanyl||5 (15.2)||12 (35.3)|
|Morphine sulfate||10 (30.3)||5 (14.7)|
|Not receiving sedation||13 (39.3)||13 (38.2)|
|Sedative used during the intervention.||Midazolam||19 (57.6)||13 (38.2)||0.230|
|Propofol||1 (3)||1 (2.9)|
|Non-use||13 (39.4)||20 (58.9)|
All values are expressed as number (percentage) or mean ± standard deviation.
Fisher exact test.
Published online: February 22, 2023
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