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Life expectancy and years of potential life lost in bipolar disorder: systematic review and meta-analysis – CORRIGENDUM

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  31 March 2022

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The authors have identified a mistake in Figure 2 of the published manuscript: the order of four estimates were wrongly placed in the first forest plot in Figure 2 (men) which were inconsistent with the numerical estimates presented on the right side (i.e., Kodesh 2012, Crupm 2013, Laursen 2013, and Laursen 2013). We have revised the Figure 2 immediately by correcting the order of the four estimates plotted in forest plot. The amended Figure 2 is attached below.

Fig. 2 Meta-analysis on life expectancy in bipolar disorder.

a Unreported variance was extrapolated from studies with reported standard errors including Chang et al (2011),11 Fekadu et al. (2015),15 Kessing et al. (2015),17 Pan et al. (2020),18 Das-munshi et al. (2020),19 and Iturralde et al. (2021).21

b Data of cohort in Finland in Laursen et al. (2013)14 is presented.

c Data of cohort in Sweden in Laursen et al. (2013)14 is presented.

d Data of 2005 cohort in Pan et al. (2020)18 is presented.

e Data of 2010 cohort in Pan et al. (2020)18 is presented.

References

Chan, J, Tong, C, Wong, C, Chen, E, Chang, W. Life expectancy and years of potential life lost in bipolar disorder: Systematic review and meta-analysis. Br J Psychiatry 2022; 110. doi:10.1192/bjp.2022.19CrossRefGoogle ScholarPubMed
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Fig. 2 Meta-analysis on life expectancy in bipolar disorder.a Unreported variance was extrapolated from studies with reported standard errors including Chang et al (2011),11 Fekadu et al. (2015),15 Kessing et al. (2015),17 Pan et al. (2020),18 Das-munshi et al. (2020),19 and Iturralde et al. (2021).21b Data of cohort in Finland in Laursen et al. (2013)14 is presented.c Data of cohort in Sweden in Laursen et al. (2013)14 is presented.d Data of 2005 cohort in Pan et al. (2020)18 is presented.e Data of 2010 cohort in Pan et al. (2020)18 is presented.

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