Erratum to: IROA: International Register of Open Abdomen, preliminary results

  title={Erratum to: IROA: International Register of Open Abdomen, preliminary results},
  author={Federico Coccolini and Giulia Montori and Marco Ceresoli and Fausto Catena and Rao R Ivatury and Michael Sugrue and Massimo Sartelli and Paola Fugazzola and Davide Corbella and Francesco Salvetti and Ionut Negoi and Monica Zese and Savino Occhionorelli and Stefano Maccatrozzo and Sergei Shlyapnikov and Christian Galatioto and Massimo Chiarugi and Zaza Demetrashvili and Daniele Dondossola and Yovcho P Yovtchev and Orestis Ioannidis and Giuseppe Novelli and Mirco Nacoti and Desmond Khor and Kenji Inaba and Demetrios Demetriades and Torsten Kaussen and Asri Jusoh and Wagih Mommtaz Ghannam and Boris E. Sakakushev and Ohad Guetta and Agron Dogjani and Stefano Costa and Sandeep K. Singh and Dimitrios Damaskos and Arda Işık and Kuo-Ching Yuan and Francesco Trotta and Stefano Rausei and Aleix Mart{\'i}nez-P{\'e}rez and Giovanni Bellanova and Vinicius Cordeiro Fonseca and Fernando Mu{\~n}oz Hern{\'a}ndez and Athanasios Marinis and Wellington Fernandes and Martha Alexa Quiodettis and Miklosh Bala and Andras Vereczkei and Rafael L. Curado and Gustavo Pereira Fraga and Bruno M Pereira and Mahir Gachabayov and Guillermo Perez Chagerben and Miguel Le{\'o}n Arellano and Sefa Ozyazici and Gianluca Costa and Tugan Tezcaner and Luca Ansaloni},
  journal={World Journal of Emergency Surgery : WJES},
[This corrects the article DOI: 10.1186/s13017-017-0123-8.]. 
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World Journal of Emergency Surgery
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IROA: International Register of Open Abdomen, preliminary results
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