Am Fam Physician. 2019 Jun 1;99(11):666.
Strength of evidence. The article, “The Pregnant Patient: Managing Common Acute Medical Problems” (November 1, 2018, p. 595), contained an error in the third sentence of the second paragraph of the “Common Symptoms During Pregnancy” section in the second column on page 597. This sentence stated that there was modest evidence that P6 acupressure can be a first-line therapy for nausea in patients who are pregnant, rather than stating the level of evidence was weak and that P6 acupressure can be a treatment option in this population. This sentence should have read, “There is weak evidence that P6 acupressure can also be a treatment option.” The online version of the article has been corrected.
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