After publication of the original article, the author noticed some errors to the article which are included in this erratum.
The short title should read: Systematic Review: Pre-clinical In Vitro Models for Vascular Graft Coating and Infection.
The titles for Tables 1, 2 and 3 and Figure 1 should read:
Table 1. Vascular grafts and coating in pre-clinical in vitro models for vascular graft coating and infection
Table 2. Antibiotic coatings and tested bacterial strains in pre-clinical in vitro models for vascular graft coating and infection
Table 3. Non-antibiotic coatings and bacterial strains in pre-clinical in vitro models for vascular graft coating and infection.
Figure 1: Preferred reporting items for Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analyses (PRISMA) flow diagram of studies reporting pre-clinical in vitro models for vascular graft coating and infection.
Published online: February 15, 2023
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- Pre-clinical In Vitro Models of Vascular Graft Coating in the Prevention of Vascular Graft Infection: A Systematic ReviewEuropean Journal of Vascular and Endovascular SurgeryVol. 63Issue 1
- PreviewVascular graft infection (VGI) is a feared complication. Prevention is of the utmost importance and vascular graft coatings (VGCs) could offer a potential to do this, with in vitro research a first crucial step. The aim of this study was to summarise key features of in vitro models investigating coating strategies to prevent VGI in order to provide guidance for the setup of future translational research.
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