Erratum

Errata

This article corrects:

  1. High Blood Pressure and Resilience to Physical and Cognitive Decline in the Oldest Old: The Leiden 85-Plus Study Volume 60, Issue 11, 2014–2019, Article first published online: 5 November 2012

Dear Readers: Please note that in the Clinical Investigation entitled, “High Blood Pressure and Resilience to Physical and Cognitive Decline in the Oldest Old: The Leiden 85-Plus Study” by Sabayan B, Oleksik AM, Maier AB, et al. in the J Am Geriatr Soc 2012;60:2014–2019, the following four references have been inadvertently omitted:

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33. Gueyffier F, Perez MI, Wright JM, et al. Blood pressure lowering in the oldest old: A step toward abandoning arbitrary blood pressure targets. J Hypertens 2011;29:171–173.

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