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Correction to: Septic patients without obvious signs of infection at baseline are more likely to die in the ICU
BMC Infectious Diseases volume 22, Article number: 262 (2022)
Correction to: BMC Infectious Diseases (2022) 22:205 https://doi.org/10.1186/s12879-022-07210-y
Following publication of the original article , the authors identified that the given name and family name were erroneously transposed.
The incorrect authors’ names list is:
Campanelli Francesco1, Soudry-Faure Agnès2, Avondo Aurélie1, Roudaut Jean-Baptiste3, Quenot Jean-Pierre3,4,5, Ray Patrick1 and Charles Pierre-Emmanuel3,4*
The correct authors’ names list is:
Francesco Campanelli1, Agnès Soudry-Faure2, Aurélie Avondo1, Jean-Baptiste Roudaut3, Jean-Pierre Quenot3,4,5, Patrick Ray1 and Pierre-Emmanuel Charles3,4*
The author group has been updated above and the original article  has been corrected.
Campanelli F, Soudry-Faure A, Avondo A, Roudaut J-B, Quenot J-P, Ray P, Charles P-E. Septic patients without obvious signs of infection at baseline are more likely to die in the ICU. BMC Infect Dis. 2022;22:205. https://doi.org/10.1186/s12879-022-07210-y.
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Campanelli, F., Soudry-Faure, A., Avondo, A. et al. Correction to: Septic patients without obvious signs of infection at baseline are more likely to die in the ICU. BMC Infect Dis 22, 262 (2022). https://doi.org/10.1186/s12879-022-07255-z